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Triangle Munch Group

faq

Is alcohol allowed?


Because TMG welcomes those between 18 and 21, we ask that you not bring alcohol to any of our events, including the picnic.

I'm really new at this and am intimidated at the thought of meeting all these people at once and declaring to the world that I'm into this kinky stuff. Can I just talk to someone first?


Absolutely! TMG supports new people who are a bit shy about joining us in person - we've all been there! Several regular TMG attendees have volunteered to be Greeters who are happy to talk to you via email or perhaps meet you in a safe, non-threatening public place such as a cafe or coffee shop for further information. We would be happy to talk with you via e-mail to answer any questions you may have. You can email us and we'll ask our Greeters to make contact with you!

What is a Munch? When and where are the Munches?


Munch is a gathering of like-minded friends to foster friendship and discourse on BDSM related topics. Anyone may attend our Munches as long as they meet the minimum age requirement of 18. We especially welcome newcomers, and try to make your first Munch a relaxed and enjoyable experience. In general, our community interactions are:

  • First Saturday Munches with a featured BDSM Presentation, Discussion Panel or Demonstration workshop
  • Third Thursday Munches at local restaurants (no workshop presentations, just dinner conversation with like-minded folk!)
  • Other events (such as picnics, kinky auctions and miscellaneous gatherings) as announced, watch our Homepage for upcoming events!

What are the rules at Munches?


Basically, we ask that you show common courtesy and basic discretion when attending Munches. Most of our munches are held at public venues, but some are held at private homes. Read the announcement for each event to see what type of venue you will be attending.

When attending an event at someone's home:

  • Honor arrival and departure times as announced by the host/ess
  • Park according to instructions
  • Be discreet outside, cover fetish-wear, and do not annoy the neighbors
  • Playing or scening should only occur as part of a planned demo or presentation and never in public areas visible to non-TMG attendees
  • Ask the host/ess if you wish to show items from your toybag
  • Help with clean-up and set-up if you are able to do so
  • Never bring alcoholic beverages to any TMG event unless the announcement specifically allows it. In general, we do NOT allow any alcohol at any event. 

When attending an event in a public venue, be sensitive to the fact that many TMG attendees are not "out" about their lifestyle. Discretion is always appreciated!
For example...

  • Please don't bring or display toys or scene items (including handcuffs, whips, floggers, paddles, etc. )
  • Lower your voice when describing scenes or parties.
  • Please do not arrive dressed in obvious fetishwear. (Not sure if your attire is "too fetish"? If a vanilla person would simply comment "Interesting necklace" when describing your collar, that's fine. If it obviously has huge locks and a leash hanging off of it, it's not.)

I have an idea for a Munch topic. Who handles these?


The TMG leadership team coordinates presentations and demonstration topics for the Munches on the First Saturday Munch each month as well as the Tuesday Topical. If you have an idea for a Munch topic, contact Leadership Team by email feature. We do not hold presentations on the Third Thursday dinner munches.

Can I bring my relatives/neighbor/co-worker?


We would only suggest bringing a relative, neighbor or co-worker if you are "out" to them about your kinky interests. While this is a relatively vanilla event, conversations often turn to kink-related topics when like minds get together!

Do I have to be a member to attend?


TMG is an open community group. We don't have memberships, so anyone 18 or over is welcome to attend.

Do I have to RSVP for anything?


For many of our Munches and events there isn't an RSVP. Come as you are! Occasionally, we'll ask for an RSVP when we need to know the number of people attending.