Attending your first sex party? Here are 5 tips to keep in mind

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Learn the rules

Many people think a sex party is a free-for-all event. One of the most important rules is that you engage in protected sex, and men are prohibited to initiate contact. Whether you’re looking to play with men or women, you can’t assume that someone’s presence there means they are willing to do everything with anyone.

Set boundaries

The most important aspect of attending a sex party is getting clear on your boundaries. Have a clear idea of what you want to get out of this, what you want to experience, what you would be okay with, and what you definitely don’t want to experience. Your presence at the party doesn’t mean you consent to any and every activity taking place.

Get talking

It’s okay to be nervous. The best way to get over your nerves at a party is to talk to someone you can share with them that it’s your first time. There are plenty of nice people who would be willing to show you the ropes or help you feel more comfortable.

Bring a friend

We would highly recommend bringing a friend with you to the party. It’s nice to have someone that you trust there with you. If you don’t have anyone, ask the party host if they know anyone who would be willing to welcome a newbie.

Dress sexy

 Looking sexy will make you feel more confident, so go ahead and find yourself an outfit that will make you look and feel amazing. But do make sure to confirm with the host that there will be a place to change. So that you dress up there to make sure you don’t run into any embarrassing situations on the way there.

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