BDSM Dungeons

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BDSM dungeons-a room or area with BDSM equipment and play space.

For the most part it is where a group of people get together, like a club and bring their partners to try stuff in public. For those who are not exhibitionists, it sometimes just fun to watch. Dungeons do not have to be public. Masters and Dominants will normally have a place like a dungeon to bring their submissive or slave to try new things or use special equipment.

For public clubs I copied a couple of rules that is good to know, from http://findamunch.com/taking-the-first-steps-newbie-guide-to-the-bdsm-community/

  • Do not make assumptions. Do not assume that the presence of someone at this party means they are available.
  • Never touch anyone, their equipment, or belongings without permission.
  • Privacy and discretion are to be respected. All information about party activities, attendees, etc. is to be considered confidential. Do not bring cameras or other recording devices. What you see here. What you do here. What you hear here. Stays here after you leave here.
  • Treat everyone with equal respect — Doms, Subs, Switches, and Staff alike.
  • Play sober. While some events allow alcohol playing after drinking to excess is unsafe for everyone. DMs will stop you.
  • Smoking will be allowed in established smoking areas only.
  • Please be prepared with something to cover your more daring clothing — or lack thereof — when you go outside the party space.
  • No genital or anal penetration, oral sex or exchange of bodily fluids.
  • Solicitation for sexual services is not allowed. No pay for play.
  • Please agree on safe words for scenes. “Red” will be a default safe word. A safe word is a word used to stop all play.
  • Respect scenes. Limit conversation and screaming in the play area. Don’t crowd the playing areas. Do not involve yourself in a scene without an invitation THIS INCLUDES ROPE AND AFTERCARE. The moment someone approaches the piece of equipment to the moment they leave the equipment it is the scene. Do not engage them. Do not interrupt. Many rope scenes are not done on a piece of equipment but in a chair or a table on the outskirts of the social area or play area. This is still a scene and you should not interrupt.
  • Respect the play space. Clean up after scenes.
  • Limit play to the play space. Do not engage in play outside the play space.
  • Dungeon Monitors have the final word on everything including the right to stop an unsafe or abusive scene. Check with the DM before engaging in any play you may find extreme or unusual (waxing, cupping, flash paper, etc.), piercing, or bloodspots

So since I have never gone to a BDSM dungeon myself here is a site that tells you a little bit what you will see: http://www.thegloss.com/sex-and-dating/lovehate-week-what-goes-on-in-a-bdsm-dungeon-800/

I appologize for not really knowing anything more, but I did want to have some sort of post on dungeons.

I do know that if you go by yourself and want to be included in at least the conversations around, you have to put yourself out there. Don’t be creepily forward, but don’t expect them to come to you. Be friendly. They are people afterall.

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