Clarification on Appropriate Wear

We have recently been receiving a lot of questions about what is considered appropriate attire in convention space. We would like to direct everyone to the Attendee Code of Conduct (specifically the Public Decorum section) which is linked at the bottom of every page. We hope this excerpt helps answer anyone's questions regarding this topic. As always, If you have any questions a list of email addresses to contact us at is available on the About Us page.

All areas are considered to be suitable for all audiences, unless explicitly noted otherwise. Access to any events or content inappropriate for minors is controlled by security.

Dry clothes (shirt, shorts, and shoes at a minimum) are required. Clothing may not be overly revealing or inappropriate to the atmosphere of the convention, such as fetish-related garb and accoutrements. Discrete wearing of collars is acceptable, but leashes are not.

Pup hoods will be permitted at all times in con space provided No other fetish gear or revealing or suggestive clothing is worn. "Gimp suits" or other full body clothing may be worn only if genitalia or their outline cannot be seen through the outfit. Collars may be worn at all times but at no time may a leash or other lead be attached nor may someone lead or pull you by said collar. Upper body Harness may be worn without the accompaniment of other fetish gear. At no time may undergarments be worn in such a way that they are visible to the public. Shirts and pants/shorts must be worn at all times in con space with the exception of fursuits that cover these areas. We ask that at all times, Outside of con-space, people use their better judgement in what they wear. After 10 PM there will be a little more relaxed enforcement but please use your better judgement.

Convention or hotel security reserves the right to ask any attendee to remove an accessory or article of clothing that is deemed to be disruptive to an event or function, or to the convention as a whole, such as (but not limited to) profanity, or symbols or messages of hate. This includes any and all armbands.