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Texas BDSM and Leather Resources

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State Wide Organizations

  • For Women Only: The Dyke Uniform Corps, or D.U.C.,  is a private association of women of honor, integrity, and discipline whose mission is to share a common interest in the wearing of military and law enforcement uniforms within the s/m, leather and fetish communities.  The Dyke Uniform Corps currently has Battalions (chapters) in New York and Texas, and is expanding nationally.
  • The Texas Conference of Clubs owns and operates a private 30-plus acre campground outside of Cameron, Texas. The Conference is composed of member clubs, independent members, and commercial organizations. TCC has member clubs in Austin, Corpus Christi, Dallas, Fort Worth, Houston, and San Antonio, as well as other cities in and bordering the State of Texas.

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Pertinent Texas Laws, Codes, and Resources

  • Is BDSM Legal in Texas? Consenting to BDSM in Texas by By Benson Varghese. Published on: February 15th, 2015. Last Updated: June 24th, 2021.
  • Reminder: Texas Has More Intense Laws Restricting Dildos Than Assault Rifles by Katherine Spellerm on May 27, 2022.
    "There are more intense laws restricting the number of sex toys — more specifically “obscene devices… designed or marketed as useful primarily for the stimulation of human genital organs,” per section 43.23 of Texas’ penal code — a person can own than there are restrictions on automatic firearms."
  • The Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commision enforces the Texas Alcoholic Beverage Code. Chapter 104 is for the regulation of retailers. It reads in part "No person authorized to sell beer at retail, nor his agent, servant, or employee, may engage in or permit conduct on the premises of the retailer which is lewd, immoral, or offensive to public decency, ..."
Map of Texas with the major cities indicated

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Politics in Texas

Texas is the home of George W. Bush, Ted Curz, Clayton "Claytie" Williams Jr., and Alex Jones.

  • Find Your Incumbent (Texas only): The Texas Find Your Incumbent (FYI) system provides information about elected officials and the districts they represent. Information includes districts of the Texas Senate, Texas House of Representatives, Congress (Texas delegation, U.S. House of Representatives), and Texas State Board of Education (SBOE).
  • The ACLU of Texas is a member of the American Civil Liberties Union Freedom Network.  They work to protect the rights of all Texans through litigation, legislation, direct action, and education.

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In Case of Rape or Violence in Texas

  • What is Stalking? (PDF) from the Office of the Texas Attorney General
  • Families In Crisis, Inc.,: Serving Bell, Coryell, and Hamilton Counties, including Ft. Hood. Families In Crisis, Inc., a 501(c) (3) non-profit organization, supports and empowers victims of family violence and sexual assault through safe shelter and outreach services while providing the community with awareness education and resources to create a safer community.
    Families in Crisis, Inc.
    P.O. Box 25
    Killeen, TX 76540
    Phone 254-634-1184 or 254-773-7765
    Fax 254-526-6111
    24-hour hotline 1-888-799-SAFE
  • Texas Council on Family Violence
    Texas Council on Family Violence
    P.O. Box 161810
    Austin, TX 78716
    Phone: 512-794-1133
    FAX: 512-794-1199
  • National Network to End Domestic Violence - Administrative Office
    c/o Texas Council on Family Violence
    P.O. Box 161810
    Austin, TX 78716
    Phone: 512-794-1133
    FAX: 512-794-1199
  • Sexual Assault Legal Hotline from the Texas Advocacy Project Texas Advocacy Project is a non-profit organization working directly with victims, shelters, law enforcement agencies, and courts across Texas to deliver effective legal services to Texans in need. Our services are free of charge and provide the type of long-term solutions that break the cycle of violence for thousands of Texans each year. We accept clients without regard to ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation or county of residence.
  • Texas Association Against Sexual Assault: TAASA committed to ending sexual violence in Texas through education, prevention and advocacy

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