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While there are lots of local organizations out there with regards to kink, these are the ones with which our members have had a) the most and b) the most positive experiences.
  • CSPC (The Center for Sex Positive Culture)

    (Closed indefinitely for an impending move.)  Seattle's Sex-positive community center, formerly known as The Wet Spot. Pretty much the center of Seattle's pansexual BDSM community.
  • KAP (Kink Aware Professionals)

    The Kink Aware Professionals list, as presented by the NCSF, is useful for those concerned about the possibility of coming out to professionals they hire.
  • NCSF (The National Coalition for Sexual Freedom)

    This is a national organization committed to creating a political, legal, and social environment in the United States that advances equal rights of consenting adults who practice forms of alternative sexual expression.
  • Pacific Sex Positive Group

    A group that meets in a luxurious community in Redmond for sex and light BDSM play parties.
  • Raw Sugar

    Play parties and conversations produced for and by queer and trans people of color.
  • Seattle Bisexual Women's Network

    A long-term resource for women who wish to find resources and build community while being out as bisexual.
  • SgoL (Seattle girls of Leather)

    A very active volunteer group that celebrates Leather, having a "girl heart", serving the community and OMG pink unicorns with glitter! And cake pops! squee!!!!
  • Seattle MasT (Masters and slaves Together)

    A monthly discussion group and support network for people in power dynamic relationships.
  • SWoL (Seattle Women of Leather)

    This group is in the early stages of reforming, so even the name is in flux. However, we look forward to watching them work with SgoL, SboL, and SMoL to help celebrate diversity in the Seattle Leather community.

STD testing service that allows the patient to share a code with partners to display test results discreetly.  Pricey, but might be worth it if you can afford it.



(Our Grand Poobah told me to recommended that I add the following:  This page was lovingly agonized over by Byrdie.)
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