Safety Guidelines

    1. To be informed, one must have contextual knowledge as well as provided knowledge. One can provide as much information as physically possible, but if the other person lacks contextual knowledge, they cannot be informed. This is why children and animals cannot truly give consent for mature interactivity (sex and kink).
    2. Revocable means that, at any given time, either party can WITHDRAW their consent to the interaction and all play ceases immediately.
    3. To be willful, consent must be given WITHOUT coercion or manipulation. If there was an ultimatum to force consent or someone was slapped until they caved, it’s not consent. That’s abuse.
    4. Why “sane” and not “sober?” Because sobriety is an absence of all chemicals that alter the psyche. Which means, folks would have to be off their meds, and therefore not sane. Take your meds, huns. We want y’all around. For anyone not on prescribed meds, use “sober” instead.
  2. Safe play *ALWAYS* has a hard-stop signal. 
    1. Verbal examples: Red, petunia, tangerine speedo, FLÜGGÅӘNKб€ČHIŒßØLĮÊN, palamino (we use this one), etc.
    2. Non-Verbal examples: open and close hand rapidly, yeeteth a drop-object (maybe, a JustAPawn?), shake head in a “NO” pattern vigorously.
  3. If you are using our product and it hurts, stop.
  4. If you are using our product and it hurts A LOT or you notice bleeding, stop and seek immediate medical care.
    1. If our product caused an injury and it is something we could have prevented (via manufacturing, labeling, or warnings), please reach out to us to help us learn how to be safer. (Please refer to our “Statement of Warranty and Responsibility” before reaching out.)