Core KinkForAll Rules
- No spectators, only participants. Attendees must give a talk or presentation, or help with one. This is called sharing and we like it.
- Every aspect of an event’s organization is transparent and participant-driven. Anyone can organize a local KinkForAll.
- Introduce yourself using only 3 words at the start of the event.
- Anyone can present on any topic with any relation to sexuality.
- If you want to give a presentation, you must write your topic and name in an open session slot on the schedule grid.
- All presentations are scheduled the day they happen—there are no pre-scheduled sessions or keynote addresses.
- The time frame is strict. Session times are purposefully a short 20 minutes in order to keep the day and the discussions moving.
- There will be as many presentations at a time as facilities allow for.
- At a busy event, give one and only one presentation.
- Sessions will go on as long as they have to or until they run into another filled presentation slot, whichever comes first.
- Like all public spaces, you are expected to treat participants at KinkForAll in a courteous and respectful manner.
- KinkForAll will be talked about, blogged, recorded, photographed and logged in order to create, share, and distribute a repository of knowledge and experience. Participants always have the option to opt out of being photographed or otherwise recorded.
- Presentations promoting specific commercial products, organizations, or companies are discouraged.
- Presenters are responsible for making sure that notes, slides, audio, and/or video of their presentations or sessions are published on the Web for the benefit of all and those who can’t attend.
- KinkForAll is an informational space. Personal, explicit sexual activities as a form of private play is not permitted. In other words, KinkForAll is a place to talk with one another, not play with one another.
The wiki page describing The Rules of KinkForAll elaborates further.