The sensitivity of many physics analyses can be enhanced by constructing discriminants that preferentially select signal events. Such discriminants become much more useful if they are uncorrelated with a set of protected attributes. In this paper we show that a normalizing flow conditioned on the protected attributes can be used to find a decorrelated representation for any discriminant. As a normalizing flow is invertible the separation power of the resulting discriminant will be unchanged at any fixed value of the protected attributes. We demonstrate the efficacy of our approach by building supervised jet taggers that produce almost no sculpting in the mass distribution of the background.