Sunday, November 16, 2008

Freedom of Sexual Expression?

A Washington, D.C. based 501(c) non-profit, Woodhull Freedom Foundation, thinks freedom of expression also means the freedom to express one's sexuality, and to enjoy sex, as well as "works to affirm sexual freedom as a fundamental human right by protecting and advancing freedom of speech and sexual expression...through research, advocacy, and public education to affirm sexual freedom."

WFF addresses "laws, government policies, and corporate practices that restrict sexual freedom and discriminate against people on the basis of their consensual sexual expression."

Additionally, their mission is to "educate the public on the importance and value of sexual freedom and counter the arguments of groups seeking to restrict sexual rights," and to "advocate for decriminalization and social acceptance of consensual sexual expression."

To find out more about the Foundation, and the important work they're doing, please visit their Web site at the link below: