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Spray or soak the piercing with saline solution, including after sex.
Most standard social etiquette rules still apply when at a BDSM event,
such as not intimately touching someone you do
not know, not touching someone else's belongings (including
toys), and abiding by dress codes. The requirement for such dress codes differ.
BDSM parties show similarities to ones in the dark culture, being based
on a more or less strictly enforced dress code; often clothing made of latex, leather or vinyl/PVC, lycra and
so on, emphasizing the body's shape and the primary and secondary sexual characteristics.
Despite female sadists being less visible than males, some
surveys have resulted in comparable amounts of sadistic fantasies
between females and males. When a scene takes place in a
public setting, it may be because the participants enjoy being watched by others, or because of the equipment available, or because having third parties present adds safety for play partners
who have only recently met. In addition, most clubs have additional rules which regulate how onlookers may interact with the actual participants in a scene.
A specific scene takes place within the general conventions and etiquette
of BDSM, such as requirements for mutual consent and agreement as to the limits of any
BDSM activity.