If you feel you’ve experienced a consent violation, please file a code of conduct report!
Consent is the cornerstone of a healthy community. It’s simple: whether it’s a potential sexual encounter, physical touch of any kind, something requiring permission that will radically alter the experience of another person, or involving the recording of someone’s image or voice, you are responsible for getting verbal consent before engaging.
Saguaro Man can be an erotically charged environment, particularly for first-timers. Many participants choose to express themselves by being nude, and that’s great. What nudity does NOT mean is an invitation to touch or harass. You can help prevent sexual harassment and assault while ensuring sex-positive free expression thrives. Know and express your boundaries. Ask about and respect the boundaries of others. Look out for each other, including anyone you encounter who might be in distress. If you see behavior that concerns you, contact a Ranger.
How you feel is not magically telegraphed to others. You are in charge of your boundaries, please communicate them to others.
You are responsible for yourself but you can always ask for help.
Talk to those around you (or a Ranger) if someone is making you uncomfortable. ANYTHING OTHER THEN “YES” MEANS “NO”. ONLY “YES” MEANS “YES”!
Photo Policy – Saguaro Man is a private event, and we expect participants to approach photography with respect for others. There is no filming or photography without express permission.
If you are being photographed, you should ask photographers or videographers how your image will be used if you are concerned. Should you encounter a problem, report it to a Ranger. You must ask permission before photographing someone. Please avoid photography that could be intrusive of someone’s privacy.
Do not take or publish, in any manner, ANY unauthorized pictures of any human subject, or any pictures for a commercial or in any way non-personal purpose.