Our kink etiquette

Leave the social values and norms at the door and respect every person in their uniqueness. We don't have perverts. But there is mutual trust, values and norms.  

The rules of conduct are intended to regulate interactions in our community and at our events. Their purpose is to ensure that everyone involved feels safe and comfortable and that everyone knows what to expect.

Our kink etiquette in 15 rules  

  1. Read event description

    We hold events in different places, for different target groups and with special mottos and topics. Some of the rules listed here can then also be deliberately deleted or modified... Therefore, please read the event description beforehand to avoid surprises.  
     

  2. Target groups & door creates a safer space
    men-, men+*- or SMINT*-only or open4all? Accordingly, we create a safer space for the respective target group, which is also defined in the events in the target group description. It is important that you can be recognized as belonging to the target group at the door. The door's decision is final.

     

  3. Respectful events
    We do not tolerate any form of discrimination at our events. This includes aspects such as racism, age or body shaming, sexuality or identity issues, gear shaming or similar. If you are not interested in your counterpart, simply say that you are not interested or otherwise reject him in a friendly manner.

     

  4. No harassment
    We do not want any harassment at our events. This includes unsolicited groping, intrusive speech, coming too close, stretching out genitals or the like or touching someone with them. Accept a rebuff and dedicate yourself to the other exciting guests.

     

  5. be peaceful
    Bullying, arguments, gossip or the like has no place with us either.
     
     

  6. Avoids penetrating body odors & dirty games
    Even if you personally like smells, other guests don't. We therefore ask you to pay attention to your own personal hygiene and to refrain from games that could annoy other guests.
     
     

  7. discretion 
    Each guest should decide for themselves how much they want to reveal themselves and how anonymous they want to remain. Therefore, do not divulge names or personal details of other guests. If discretion is important to you, don't tell your true name or any unique details you don't want to reveal.
     
     

  8. Cell phone free zone
    Please leave your mobile phones at the bar.
     
     

  9. Picture Policy
    Photos and videos may only be taken by our team and are always made with the prior consent of all those depicted.  
     

  10. hygiene 
    Leave the playing areas as you would like to find them: tidy, clean and disinfected

     

  11. policy of clear word
    First "yes means yes" and then "no means no". Talked to each other about what should go and if it no longer fits in the implementation, then break it off again. For this you can use the following codes or just plain words!

     

  12. Applicable Codes
    The following code words also apply:
    Traffic light code: "green" = stronger, "yellow" = good, "red" = less
    “Mayday” = abort

     

  13. Leave everyone their space
    Allow everyone their space to play and do not intervene unsolicited except in an emergency or on "Mayday". Do you think that the participants are playing too extreme, doing something wrong or similar, get one of our team.

     

  14. Safe(r) Play & Sex (SSC vs. RACK)
    Safer sex and SSC are set until clearly agreed otherwise. Please let our team know so we don't have to intervene. Refrain from practices you are not familiar with. Feel free to ask our team.

     

  15. responsibility
    Everyone is responsible for their own actions at our events. In a play session, the Dom is responsible for his sub. However, the sub must inform the Dom in good time and, if necessary, repeatedly about restrictions, taboos and any damage that may arise
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