An attendee must be a Contributor, a guest of a Contributor, or a member of
a reciprocal group and have RSVP'ed for the party in order to gain admittance.
Attendees agree to abide by the CUFF rules for play parties and may be asked
for proof of age. Although donations are suggested as indicated in the Fee
Schedule, admittance to play parties is free.
9.02 Guests of Contributors
Contributors may bring guests to CUFF play parties. However, the following
rules shall apply: (a) Each Contributor may bring up to 2
guests to a particular event. (b) The Contributor is directly
responsible for the behavior of the guest and the guest's adherence to CUFF
rules. Violations committed by the guest can lead to warnings or expulsion of
the sponsoring Contributor. (c) Guests must be at least 18
years of age. (d) Guests are encouraged, but not required, to
make a donation as indicated in the Fee Schedule.
9.03 Scene Etiquette
CUFF recognizes that "Scene Etiquette" is dynamic and personal. It
differs depending on the individual and the situation. CUFF hereby adopts and
promotes the practice of "Scene Etiquette" which fosters courtesy and
respect among individuals within the leather community. Being mindful of
"Scene Etiquette" is strongly encouraged. Some specific guidelines:
(a) Do not interfere with a scene.
(b) Do not invade scene space.
(c) Keep conversation, laughter, and comments to a minimum in
the play area.
(d) Do not monopolize the equipment.
(e) Do NOT join a scene unless specifically asked to do so!
9.04 Consensuality and Legality
All play shall be consensual and legal. Specifically, no illegal substances of
any kind or firearms are allowed on the premises. Prostitution, solicitation,
and negotiation of compensation for sexual services are illegal and are not
tolerated. Violations shall result in immediate removal and banning from future
events. Scene professionals may not accept payment for any services rendered at
a CUFF event.
9.05 Dungeon Monitor
CUFF sponsored play socials may have one or more Dungeon Masters/Mistresses
(DM), appointed by the Board, on duty, if feasible. (a) The DM
shall not be encumbered with any other duties that may distract him/her from
the role of DM. (b) The DM will have access to all areas
during an event. (c) All concerns should be brought to the
attention of the DM. Only DMs may interrupt a scene. (d) The
decisions made by the DM are final. (e) In the event that no
DM is available or on duty, all persons in attendance will be notified and the
party host assumes final authority.
For emphasis, the conduct of discretion in Article VIII applies in particular
to play parties as it does to all CUFF events. In short, an attendee should not
willfully disclose another attendee's identity without that person's express
9.07 Private Event Photo Policy
At private events, photography or recording of any kind is not allowed,
unless the host has organized controlled photography for the event. The rules
controlling the photography must be clearly stated and emphasized by the host
beforehand in the event description and RSVP. If no photography is mentioned,
NO PHOTOGRAPHY IS ALLOWED.
Please alert the dungeon monitor, a board member or the event host if you
become aware of anyone breaking the photography policy. Anyone found taking
unauthorized pictures will be required to leave the event and it is possible
their membership, or if a guest, the sponsoring member's membership could be
Please clean up after your scene. Leave all equipment free of sweat, blood,
other bodily fluids, wax, toys, etc. Bring bodily fluid concerns to the
attention of the DM. Wax, fire. and scenes involving bodily fluids need prior
permission of the DM, unless a designated area has been set aside for these
9.09 House Rules
Additional "House Rules" may also apply, depending on location,
host, and/or other circumstances.