Introducing The BDSM Play Party #BDSM #Fetish

Legs Of A Mistress

Original Article Written By Christina Mandara writing for Marquis Magazine

You don’t need to be into hard-core BDSM to enjoy yourself at a Play Party. Whilst these are private events, and often hosted from the comfort of someone’s home, they are generally friendly to both beginners and experienced players alike.

As the name suggests, there will be public play, and you can expect to see one or several rooms turned into a dungeon for your viewing pleasure. There may be much more intimate sexual acts than you would expect to experience at a club, and often fewer restrictions are placed on play.

What Do I Wear?

Make sure you’re covered up appropriately before entering the house. If the couple hosting have neighbors or businesses near by, they will expect you to be discreet. You can change into your outfit once inside, or wear it underneath a coat that can easily be removed.

What Should I bring?

Bring your kinky outfit, and a bag of toys if you’re expecting to participate. You may also need to bring some kind of photo ID in order to enter, so make sure you read the rules carefully first. Condoms, cash, and a small bottle of juice or a snack aren’t a bad idea, either.

What Is The Proper Etiquette?

If there’s a scene going on in front of you, you’re welcome to watch it – but from a distance. Don’t crowd around the participants, and whatever you do don’t touch anyone unless you’ve been invited to do so. It should also be noted that you should not touch yourself. It’s a Play Party, not an orgy.

Similarly be respectful and keep quiet whilst the scene is playing out. Pointing, shock, surprise, and overt fascination will be frowned upon. At the end you’ll usually have a chance to voice your thoughts, so try and hold those burning questions in until then.

Public intoxication by either drugs or alcohol isn’t normally allowed. It impairs both judgement and behavior. A glass or two of wine may be fine, but know your limits. There is nothing more embarrassing than being thrown out of a party – especially a really good one.

Remember to speak formally and politely. Introduce yourself to the participants, or wait for introductions, if you prefer. If in doubt, use Sir or Madam.

If you happen to be watching something that is not for you, simply excuse yourself and either move on to another room, or leave quietly.

Will There Be Paperwork?

More often than not, yes. Sex will probably only be allowed in certain places, if at all. There may be documentation you need to sign before you’re allowed to enter the party, stating that you’ve read the rules and agree to abide by them. Sometimes you will be required to attend an induction first, where you will be briefed on what is expected and required of you.

You should note that cell phones and cameras will nearly always be prohibited at these events. One stray picture can ruin lives.

Read Full Article HERE.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *