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SF Citadel is Closed until Covid is over. The SF CITADEL's mission is to provide a safe space for alternative lifestyles, cultural and leather events We also provide other resources to individuals, associations and communities who identify with having different ways of expressing their proclivities. We want to create a safe place to meet, explore and share enjoyment, happiness, laughter and pleasure within these communities locally and nationally.

We are open to all human players. We warmly welcome everyone regardless of race, creed, color, sexual orientation or gender identification. This is a place for all individuals to gather with other like-minded individuals to explore alternative aspect of their identities.

We strive to provide a safe space and will continue to do the best that we can to create, promote and enforce safety and freedom to personal expression. For consent issues or to apply to our consent committee, please at [ protected]. Please see our Consent Policy Here! SF Citadel cares deeply about the health and wellbeing of every member of our community.

Together, we can minimize the spread of COVID influenza, the common cold, and other communicable illnesses so we can keep having a kinky, fun time at the dungeon we all call home. We will be closed to the public until further notice. The following is the start of guidelines that will be in place when Citadel re-opens to the public:. If you're feeling a little bit sick -- fever, coughing, problems breathing, lethargy, headaches, nausea -- please stay home and rest. Symptoms of COVID can begin to manifest as early as 48 hours after infection but as late as 2 weeks, and it might seem like a simple cold or flu initially which, to be honest, we would prefer you stay home with too.

Staying home not only prevents the spread but allows your body the rest and downtime necessary to recover. We'll miss having you at the event but we're looking forward to seeing you at the next one when you're feeling better and not contagious. If you need to cancel a volunteer shift, please do so at [ protected]. Upon arrival, wash your hands thoroughly with soap and water and continue to do so throughout the course of the event. Substituting handshakes or hugs with fist or elbow bumps is encouraged. Make sure to disinfect again if you're about to be in physical contact with someone or just finished.

Refrain from touching your face frequently. The coronavirus is communicable through coughing and sneezing and the easiest way for it to be introduced into your body is by your hands followed by the mouth and sexual contact.

We will also provide alcohol-based hand sanitizer, which is good and has shown to be effective against this kind of virus. Please make use of it but remember that it cannot beat thorough hand washing. Coronavirus can live on metal, glass, or plastic surfaces for up to 9 days and for varying lengths of time on other materials. Please thoroughly sanitize surfaces before and after use, using the cleaning products that we provide alcohol and cavicide.

Use sheets to cover your play area as you normally would. This is standard etiquette at the Citadel, but please make sure you are doing a thorough job, not just a cursory wipedown. Most common EPA-registered household disinfectants will work. Use disinfectants appropriate for the surface. Check to ensure the product is not past its expiration date. Never mix household bleach with ammonia or any other cleanser.

Unexpired household bleach will be effective against coronaviruses when properly diluted. Other common EPA-registered household disinfectants. Consideration for Others. It's also about ensuring that those around you aren't put at increased risk, particularly those with compromised immune systems or other factors that make them more vulnerable. Keeping clean, covering coughs and sneezes with a tissue or inside of your elbow instead of your hand, and using approved cleaners on all play surfaces might be things you already practice but an extra effort right now helps us all.

If you know you are at a higher risk of exposure, whether from health difficulties, job obligations, or personal connections, please factor those risks into your personal equation before attending events. We want to keep risks of transmission to a minimum. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. San Francisco Department of Public Health. While this is a severe situation still unfolding, with a little forethought, care, and prevention, we can mitigate the risk of transmission while still preserving our ability to have a kinky, fun time.

Help our community stay alive:. The following is a list of patreon and gofund me s for the community at large. If you can help any of these businesses during this hard time, it will help our community weather the storm. Even a little can go a long way. If there is anyone else that would like to be added to this list please contact me at [ protected] Lets keep this list going as far as we can to keep our community alive.

Stay safe. For a full listing of all events being held at the Citadel, please check out our calendar. These types of specialty events are usually, but not always, geared towards specific kink segments. Awesome play space for any person, size, shape, color, age or gender. You can get lost watching all the fun that goes on or just participate and give a show. If you are feeling frisky and want to be in a safe, fun flirty place. This is the t for you! Shopping Cart. Quantity: Remove. Thank you for your business! You should be receiving an order confirmation from Paypal shortly.

Exit Shopping Cart. Support Citadel During Covid Citadel is trying very hard to keep its door open for when all of this is over with. We hope that our community can help us do this. We hope that everyone is staying safe and we look forward to when we can see everyone again. Mission Statement.

Consent Matters. For consent issues or to apply to our consent committee, please at [ protected] Please see our Consent Policy Here! The following is the start of guidelines that will be in place when Citadel re-opens to the public: Please Stay Home if You Feel Unwell If you're feeling a little bit sick -- fever, coughing, problems breathing, lethargy, headaches, nausea -- please stay home and rest.

If you need to cancel a volunteer shift, please do so at [ protected] Wash Your Hands and Minimize Incidental Contact Upon arrival, wash your hands thoroughly with soap and water and continue to do so throughout the course of the event. Sanitize Your Space Coronavirus can live on metal, glass, or plastic surfaces for up to 9 days and for varying lengths of time on other materials. To disinfect: Most common EPA-registered household disinfectants will work.

Options include: Diluting your household bleach. Alcohol solutions. Stay Informed Staying informed and up-to-date with progress on COVID is another important step: The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention San Francisco Department of Public Health While this is a severe situation still unfolding, with a little forethought, care, and prevention, we can mitigate the risk of transmission while still preserving our ability to have a kinky, fun time.

Help our community stay alive: The following is a list of patreon and gofund me s for the community at large. Parties and Events. What our patrons are saying. Anonymous - May 24, Pause Play Close.

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