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For the Dignity, Protection and Human Rights of Sex Workers in Oregon

June 17, 2021https://ncsfreedom.org/2021/06/17/for-the-dignity-protection-and-human-rights-of-sex-workers-in-oregon/ Would you like to submit testimony? If you can offer insight into the harms that Oregonians face under sex work criminalization or are an Oregon resident who cares about the dignity, protection, and human rights of sex workers, then please email your testimony to us at oregonsexworkers@protonmail.com https://www.oregonsexworkers.com/

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Guest Blog – Slut-Shame, Sex-Shame, and Kink-Shame – The Experience of Trying to Live Authentically in World of Sexual Bullies

From the NCSF newsletter and website.https://ncsfreedom.org/2021/03/11/guest-blog-slut-shame-sex-shame-and-kink-shame-the-experience-of-trying-to-live-authentically-in-world-of-sexual-bullies/ March 11, 2021Dr. K  – The Submissive Next Door Sex is part of who we are as humans…let’s start with that. Every human is here as a result of a sexual act happening in some way. Our society is the result of successful procreation for centuries and yet American […]

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Journal Question

From Sleepmonger Simply put, I’m loving that He’s loving that I’m loving what He does. Make sense? He’s not “hurting me” He’s playing with my nerves in a way that we’ve established that I like. For me, all it is, is nerve signals going to my brain and releasing happy hormones. k

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PLAC: Cambridge Becomes 2nd US City to Legalize Polyamorous Domestic Partnerships

https://gopher-orca-jrn3.squarespace.com/cambridge March 9, 2021 Cambridge, Massachusetts On March 8th, 2021, the Cambridge City Council passed a historic domestic partnership ordinance aimed at recognizing and protecting polyamorous and other multi-partner families and relationships. The ordinance was developed with detailed input from the newly formed Polyamory Legal Advocacy Coalition (PLAC), and is the first of what advocates […]

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#TerribleSafeWord is trending, but should all couples have a safe word?

What makes a good one?  By: Sophie GoulopoulosFEBRUARY 17, 2021For News.com.auhttps://www.bodyandsoul.com.au/sex-relationships/sex/terriblesafeword-is-trending-but-should-all-couples-have-a-safe-word/news-story/73066e77611211c77d3ff600ec0765b7 You’ll hear this often: communication is one of, if not the most important element to a happy and healthy relationship. While ‘safe words’ have their origins in the BDSM community, they can be useful for all couples. When you hear the term ‘safe word’, you […]

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Study shatters the myth that BDSM is linked to early-life trauma

By JAIMEE BELL05 January, 2021 for Big Think https://bigthink.com/sex-relationships/bdsm-psychology-trauma?rebelltitem=2#rebelltitem2 No, being interested in BDSM does not mean you had a traumatic childhood. BDSM is a kind of sexual expression and/or practice that refers to three main subcategories: Bondage/Discipline, Dominance/submission, and Sadism/Masochism. It has been widely speculated that many BDSM practitioners or people who enjoy the […]

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Now you can find a Sex-Positive, Kink Allied Therapist on Psychology Today!

From https://ncsfreedom.org/ Exciting news from the APA’s Division 44 Committee on Consensual Non-monogamy:Our initiative for inclusive therapist directories continues to deliver, as Psychology Today has also updated their directory so people can search for therapists who are experienced in relationship diversity and alternative relationship styles and structures. Stay tuned to our channels for more information […]