PlayParty Rules please read!


We follow the Play Party Agreement as it appears in SchMacht ,made up by generations of teams (KinksUnlimited, Organostra and so on)

We adhere to the principle „safe, sane, consensual“.

Responsibility for oneself

Respect the limits of others, as far as you know them or as far as they have been communicated to you.
Everyone (whether bottom, top, or bystander) is responsible for themselves. Please heed your own limits.
alcohol diminishes your ability to judge as well as your capacity to react. In order to enable players to play with sober play partners we request that everyone who has consumed alcohol or drugs notify their play partners of this in advance.

*In the BiBo other drugs than alcohol and tobacco are not allowed and will result on the hiring of the consumer out of the party - no excuses - we warned you!

Respect and Discretion

Please do not touch participants or their belongings without their permission.

Photographing, filming and recording are forbidden. This also applies to cell phones and similar devices.

Commenting on scenes played by others is unwanted.

After the party: please be discrete about scenes you weren't part of. Don't mention names!

Negotiation, discussion and loud greetings are to be limited to places where they won’t irrupt and interrupt scenes. In the case of loud and verbose scenes please make sure that they don’t interfere with scenes in progress nearby.

Arguments have to take place outside the play-area.

Premises

Please do not touch participants or their belongings without their permission.
Photographing, filming and recording are forbidden. This also applies to cell phones and similar devices.
Commenting on scenes played by others is unwanted.
After the party: please be discrete about scenes you weren't part of. Don't mention names!
Negotiation, discussion and loud greetings are to be limited to places where they won’t irrupt and interrupt scenes. In the case of loud and verbose scenes please make sure that they don’t interfere with scenes in progress nearby.
Arguments have to take place outside the play-area.

Play Rules

Please announce physical or psychological handicaps or sensitivities before a scene to those who are involved.
If you wish to try out a new practice in which you have no experience, please look for someone who isn’t playing at the moment and who knows the ropes – most of us are happy to help.
Protect the play area with a plastic sheet, towel or other suitable cover.
After finishing your play please clean up (and if needed disinfect) the premises yourselves.
Join an ongoing scene only with permission of the players.
Involvement of onlookers or other players only upon previous agreement.
For many of us voyeurism and exhibitionism are motives for attending a play party. Circumspection and caution are asked for in this regard. All is well, if it serves the pleasure of all parties.

Safewords and Intervention

Should participants transgress items of this play party agreement, please point it out to them – as diplomatically as you can.
However, if a scene simply isn’t to your taste, you can look the other way.
Party safe words are “yellow” (“something is wrong, please check in”) or “red” (“stop the scene”). They should be used by everyone unless, of course, you have your own safe words. There is a specific safeword for this party, too: “Bibo”!
Should a player use the party safe word “red” and the respective scene not be stopped, each and every one is obligated to intervene themselves and immediately and, if needed, to involve others around them.

Safer Sex

Cunt and anus are to be touched only with gloved hands. Finger and fist fucking always with latex or vinyl protection.
(In public spaces this is recommended for hygiene reasons alone.)
Cover dildos and vibrators with condoms; disinfect toys after use as needed. If you want to change from asshole to cunt, clean the respective toy and put on a new condom or new gloves first. (Contact the other way around – with the same person – is okay).
If you plan to put your face onto the cunt or your tongue into the asshole of your play partner, use a dental dam, a cut-up condom or clingfilm/saran wrap.
When using a disinfectant, please adhere to the directions of use, especially the contact time.
Needles and scalpels have to be put into sharps-containers after use!
In case you are playing with blood: put Band-Aids over open wounds after the scene. Toys and play-areas have to be disinfected after the scene.
Keep bodily fluids within your play area. Make sure you don’t disperse blood and ejaculate with floggers. Be aware that some of us squirt fiercely when they are very happy.

Why all this safer sex stuff?
Some sexually transmitted diseases are communicable between women, includinghuman papillomavirus (HPV)—specifically genital wartssquamous intraepithelial lesionstrichomoniasissyphilis, and herpes simplex virus (HSV). Transmission of specific sexually transmitted diseases among women who have sex with women depends on the sexual practices women engage in. Any object that comes in contact with cervical secretions, vaginal mucosa, or menstrual blood, including fingers or penetrative objects may transmit sexually transmitted diseases.[173] Orogenital contact may indicate a higher risk of acquiring HSV,[174] even among women who have had no prior sex with men.[175]
Bacterial vaginosis (BV) occurs more often in lesbians, but it is unclear if BV is transmitted by sexual contact; it occurs in celibate as well as sexually active women. BV often occurs in both partners in a lesbian relationship;[176] a recent study of women with BV found that 81% had partners with BV.[177] Lesbians are not included in a category of frequency of human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) transmission, although transmission is possible through vaginal and cervical secretions. The highest rate of transmission of HIV to lesbians is among women who participate in intravenous drug use or have sexual intercourse with bisexual men.[178][179]

Please bring

Towels or plastic sheets to cover places which others might be using afterwards
Lube (suited to your preference and any sensitivities) and, just to be on the safe side, safer sex materials.
Toys (while it may be that someone lend you theirs if you ask permission, do not count on it and bring yours if you can)