Ok, experienced players, this one's not for you. You might think these all sound pretty obvious, but if you’re curious and new to the scene and have no idea whatsoever then there’s no need to worry. We've got you covered. Here are five things to expect at a your first fetish party …

5 Things to Expect at Your First Fetish Party


1. A door bitch


Someone has to see to those who come and go. Visitors of a fetish party are usually drop dead gorgeous with a creamy, dreamy look in their eyes that will have you chomping at the bit. Carefully tightened up in an impossible looking corset, just to set the mood straight.

5 things to expect at your first fetish party2. A lot of leather, PVC, latex—you name it.


Chances are you won’t get past the door if you’re not dressed to impress. Whether leather, PVC, latex, or even lace is your game, you need to dress right. This also stops the newbies from sticking out like a sore thumb; nobody wants to be the odd one out at a fetish party where people look this good, do they?

3. Uninhibited, friendly conversation.


Just because its a sexual environment, it doesn't mean you need to be having sex every second, so don’t feel like you’re under pressure to join in. Many like to express their imagination and discuss their kink. You won’t be asked ‘so what do you do?’ though don’t worry, especially as lot of people use different names. It’s a need-to-know kind of business here.

4. Polite offers to take part


No every single party includes actual sex; many are there to just enjoy the company of the like-minded. So, again, don’t fret. But if someone does ask you to join in, or if you’d like, or even if they can watch, don’t panic. No offence will be taken if you say no, everyone is there to have fun after all and there’s plenty of time to delve into that sea of PVC.

5. A ‘Bring your own’ rule.


This depends on how stocked the venue is and doesn't go with every single party; so don’t go turning up with a couple crates before checking beforehand. Fetish party organisers often work with this rule to allow their guests to feel safer. This also relates to toys, floggers and ropes and it is naturally polite to use condoms on vibrators and plugs. Nobody wants to share juices do they, really?

Next: How to get (your feet) wet in the fetish scene, part I

Images from Elmo Love and Marcos Domenech via Flickr with CC BY 2.0 licence

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