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50 Shades of NCSF

Welcome to 50 Shades of NCSF!

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There is no doubt that 50 Shades of Grey transformed how people view kinky sex. Whether you love or hate the story, it can’t be denied that the books changed forever the way the media and mainstream talk about kink. It brought kink out of the shadows, so now people are talking about kink and doing kink more than ever.

NCSF has lots of resources for people who are kinky and/or non-monogamous, whether you’re just starting or you’re an old hand at this:

If you want to find out how to do kink in a safe, sane and consensual way, then we recommend our Coalition Partners and Supporting Members.

If you want to learn more about consent, take a look at the FAQs and information under our Consent Counts project.

If you’re curious what psychiatrists think of people who are kinky, then read about the big changes made by the American Psychiatric Association in 2013 in our DSM Revision Project.

If you need help because you’ve been discriminated against because you’re kinky or non-monogamous, contact our Incident Reporting & Response.

If you’re looking for a kink aware doctor, lawyer, therapist or other professional, then take a look at our Kink Aware Professionals free referral database.

If you need help with a media issue or would like to do an interview with NCSF, contact our Media Outreach Program.

 If you’d like NCSF to give a workshop for your group on consent, BDSM & the law, or dealing with law enforcement, contact our Education Outreach Program.

If you support NCSF’s work, please join now! You can join as an Individual Member, a Supporting Member or a Coalition Partner. You can also make a tax deductible donation to the Foundation of the National Coalition for Sexual Freedom.