Rules

All play must be consensual.
(Have a safety person monitor the scene for consensual non-consent).

Label your bottles. Do not consume unmarked drinks.

No prostitution, solicitation, and negotiation of compensation for sexual services.

Practice safer sex: Safer sex starts with disclosure. Be willing to communicate with all potential partners at the party. Always be open and honest about your sexual history (and ask the same of anyone you play with).

Normal scene etiquette is required (i.e., Do not interfere with a scene, do not invade scene space, etc). Do not monopolize the equipment. Do NOT join a scene unless specifically asked to do so!

Do not touch other people's toys without permission.

Masturbation is acceptable, but ask first.

Leave all equipment free of sweat, blood, other bodily fluids, wax, toys, etc.

Do not take pictures of anyone at the event without explicit approval.

Do not assume titles. You can't always tell what role a person plays by the way they dress.

The DM will have unrestricted access to all areas of play space.

Don't be an asshole, which means homophobic, transphobic, sexist, racist or ableist remarks will not be tolerated.

Consent.

Consent is about communication and respect.
It is important to know and respect your own boundaries and those of others.
Consent involves clear and intentional agreement to participate in sexual activity, and a person's right to choose 'yes,' or 'no.'
Understanding and communicating about sexual consent is integral to healthy romantic relationships and sexual health. We each control our own body, sexuality and experiences and it is important to have the skills to avoid or leave a situation that feels uncomfortable, and respecting when others want to do the same.
Asking for and giving consent is an ongoing process. Each person has the right to change their mind at any time.
A person who is unconscious, not capable (i.e., too intoxicated), or has been coerced or forced cannot give consent.
Please be weary of how much you drink while attending. Anyone who appears too intoxicated will be asked to leave.

Always ask before engaging.