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CUFF Contact Information

There are a number of ways to get in touch with CUFF members. The email addresses are given in a bot-proofed format to circumvent spam; you will have to insert the @ and dot.

Email Addresses

Main email contact:
This is the usually the best way to get a quick response to any general query you have about the group.
2020 board:
Email sent to this address goes to one of the CUFF board members.

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FetLife

To see the most up-to-date details of CUFF activities and participate in public discussions with other kinksters in the local area, join FetLife and visit our FetLife pages.

In Person

This is the general schedule of open-to-the-public CUFF events. Occasionally an event time or location will be changed; the FetLife pages given above provide the most up-to-date information about upcoming events. For driving directions to events, see the Events page.

Schedule of CUFF Events

CUFF Meetings and Munches are on Hiatus

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, CUFF meetings and munches are on hiatus right now. We do not plan on holding any events in July or August, 2020. We will consider starting events again in September if restrictions are lifted and conditions allow.

Event Location Day/Time

1st Sunday Munch Kardinal Hall First Sunday of each month, 6 p.m.

CUFF West Munch Silk Road in Waynesboro First Wednesday of each month, 6 p.m.

"Roaming" Munch Venue varies Day/time varies

Orientation Skjald Meadworks Third Sunday of each month, 4 p.m.

Monthly Meeting Skjald Meadworks Third Sunday of each month, 5 p.m.

Web Address

For completeness in printed copies of this page, the CUFF web address is https://www.cuff-va.com

CUFF Misconduct Reporting Form

Have you experienced or witnessed any misconduct perpetrated by a CUFF member or at a CUFF meeting, munch, party, or other event? The data you provide on this form will be anonymously reported to CUFF board members:

CUFF Misconduct Reporting Form


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