The National Coalition for Sexual Freedom (NCSF) is an American sex-positive advocacy and educational organization founded in 1997. It claims to represent 50 coalition partners and over 100 supporting organizations. NSCF advocates on behalf of adults involved in alternative lifestyles with respect to sexuality and relationship composition, specifically for tolerance and non-discrimination of Headquarters: Baltimore, Maryland, US. complaints of plaintiffs Nitke and the National Coalition for Sexual Freedom Foundation (an entity different from plaintiff the 34 Plaintiffs Barbara Nitke and the National Coalition for 35 Sexual Freedom1 challenge the constitutionality of the. National Coalition for Sexual Freedom) for lack of standing, with leave to replead. Nitke v.
Appellants Barbara Nitke (“Nitke”) and the National Coalition for Sexual Freedom (“NCSF”) respectfully submit this reply brief in response to the motion to affirm (“M.A.”) made by Appellees Alberto Gonzales and the United States (“the Government”). Barbara Nitke (born 1950) is a New York City art photographer who specializes in the subject of human sexual relations.She has worked extensively in the porn and BDSM communities.. Nitke was born in Lynchburg, Virginia in 1950 and grew up in Virginia and Alaska.She is currently a fashion/art photographer, and is on the faculty of the School of Visual Arts in New York.
WASHINGTON, DC - The Supreme Court today denied an appeal by photographer Barbara Nitke and the National Coalition for Sexual Freedom (NCSF) in the case of Nitke v. Gonzalez. The appeal challenged the constitutionality of the Communications Decency Act on the grounds that the obscenity provision of the CDA is overbroad. Dec 20, 2001 · The National Coalition for Sexual Freedom (NCSF) and artist Barbara Nitke have filed a lawsuit challenging the remaining provisions of the Communications Decency Act, much of .