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A subculture that was once very underground has been infiltrating mainstream American pop culture in a major way since the early 1990s; pop stars like Christina Aguilera, Nine Inch Nails, Madonna and Joan Jett have employed BDSM imagery, and kinky references have popped up in mainstream television programs ranging from “Frasier” to “The Young and the Restless.” Most college-age adults of the 1960s and '70s had no idea what a dominatrix was; now, it’s hard to find a college student who doesn’t know what a dominatrix is.But as ubiquitous as BDSM has become, there is one area of BDSM that continues to be widely misunderstood: female submission.“The common misconceptions about submissive women are that what they are doing is not consensual, that they have been coerced, or that they are doing something that they really don’t want to do,” Wright explained.

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One card-carrying feminist who is deeply involved in the BDSM community is New York City-based Susan Wright, founder/president of a sexual rights organization called the National Coalition for Sexual Freedom (NCSF).In the end, sexuality is empowering—and you can empower people in all the diverse ways that they enjoy sexuality. That’s certainly why I did the SM policy project for the National Organization for Women.I’ve been a NOW member since I was 16, and when I found out that NOW had an anti-sadomasochism stance, I couldn’t understand why.Rachel Kramer Bussel has also been doing her part to promote understanding of female submission.Bussel, a widely published sex writer and editor of two books on the subject of female submission has had much to say about her own experiences as a submissive.