The most important things to be aware of at Club DVS are consent and respect.It’s all good in our book if you want to enjoy somebody and take part in their experience, or even just to hang out and watch gorgeous people getting off, but only if it’s all consensual.

CONSENT is very important, and many non-consensual activities are actually against the law.  There’s already a fine line with BDSM activities, and without consent, a “player” becomes a perpetrator, and a perpetrator becomes a criminal,  We don’t want that – not at all!  

As a starting point, DO NOT touch, hit, grab, grope, hug, kiss or otherwise violate anyone without receiving their full, enthusiastic consent beforehand.  Silence is not considered a form of consent.  If someone is gagged and unable to speak, they probably CAN NOT consent.  If someone is frozen in shock, they CAN NOT consent.  If someone is passed out, they CAN NOT consent.  Always receive enthusiastic consent beforehand – why would you want to indulge in something with someone who was less than enthusiastic and had to be talked into it?

Understand that NO MEANS NO, and when you receive a no, do not keep pushing or begging for a yes.  Saying NO once should be enough, any more than that, and they are not listening.  And if they are not listening to you with the simplest things, they aren’t going to listen to you with anything more complex.  It’s time for a reality check….

If someone touches, hits, grabs, gropes, kisses or otherwise violates you in any way, and you have not explicitly and enthusiastically consented to this beforehand, please call RED very loudly and a member of the DVS Crew will be with you as soon as is humanly possible.  Alternatively, please seek out a crew member and report the incident ASAP so that it can be dealt with on the spot.  We thank you for your help with this!

Communication is always the best way to deal with anything, and explaining things often helps people to understand their actions aren’t acceptable.  If someone does something to you that you aren’t entirely comfortable with, please take the opportunity to explain this to them and attempt to educate them on the behaviour and actions that have led to this.

If someone tells you that you’ve done something to make them feel uncomfortable, try to take a step back and not immediately become defensive.  Instead, take a moment and put yourself in their shoes in order to understand things.

A few important things to remember:

Don’t try to snuggle a stranger without asking first
Don’t try to get involved in anyone else’s play without asking
Don’t follow anyone around, especially into the bathrooms
Don’t stop people playing or interrupt their fun
Don’t make assumptions about people’s comfort levels
Don’t be afraid to say “no” to anybody, about anything
Don’t feel wronged or any less gorgeous if you’re told “no”

Do feel free to explore yourself adn your kinks at our events
Do feel free to ask the crew any questions about kink or consent
Do seek enthusiastic consent by asking clearly and respectfully
Do give players plenty of room to do their sexy thing
Do own your own conesnt and know that you can revoke it at any time
Do talkto your crew if you see or experience nonconsensual behaviour
Do remember that consent is very, very sexy

The only one who decides how you play at Club DVS is you…