Extreme Haunted Houses

Extreme Haunted Houses

BlackOrchid BlackOrchid
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Opinions? I've read many reviews that believe that they are akin to assault, despite participants signing waivers prior to going. Has anyone ever participated in anything like this? Would you?
10/20/2016
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DancerKittyKat DancerKittyKat
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Originally posted by BlackOrchid
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Opinions? I've read many reviews that believe that they are akin to assault, despite participants signing waivers prior to going. Has anyone ever participated in anything like this? Would you? ...
I have trouble wrapping my head around these extreme haunted houses. Personally, I would never want to go through such an experience. However, I'm sure many people would say the same about my sexual preferences. I believe that if a person gives informed consent (and continues to give consent throughout the ordeal), there is no problem with these types of extreme haunted houses. However, it is hard for me to believe that a person could really understand the full extent to which they will be tortured within the house, in which case, I have issue with blind consent. Then there are the haunted houses that allow touch. This article talks about one woman's experience in an extreme haunted house where she could be touched but was not allowed to fight back (to protect the actors). This put her in uncomfortable, sexual situations that could be triggering for some people. I think if everything is laid out to participants, and safe words are truly honored, these experiences are fine. However, there are so many ways in which they could turn bad quickly.
10/20/2016
BlackOrchid BlackOrchid
I totally agree with what you are saying. I also have trouble with the whole liability waiver thing. How do you consent to the unknown? I've heard of one such place which requires participants to acknowledge that they could suffer injury as far as broken bones. No thanks. It's too bad a lot of these places have horrible reviews saying that the safe word was ignored, etc. Just, ugh.
10/23/2016
DancerKittyKat DancerKittyKat
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I totally agree with what you are saying. I also have trouble with the whole liability waiver thing. How do you consent to the unknown? I've heard of one such place which requires participants to acknowledge that they could suffer injury as far ...
I wonder if anyone on EdenFantasys has seen similar extreme haunted house experiences put on by BDSM practitioners. I would much sooner trust someone who has a history of honoring safe words and informed consent.
10/23/2016
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