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Code of Conduct

MFR is committed to fostering an environment that is inclusive, embracing diversity in all its manifestations. All members of MFR, which includes Florida Rubber's board and voluneers, are obligated by our professional code of conduct to uphold the dignity of every participant involved in MFR. Compliance with this code of conduct is mandatory for anyone wishing to attend the MFR contest and all events throughout the year. This directive applies to all involved parties: volunteers, vendors, contestants, judges, contractors, and event attendees, irrespective of the event's official timeline. The code holds true in all event premises, which encompasses any location that hosts an MFR event, whether in-person or online.


It is important to note that all MFR attendees acknowledge their participation in a sex-positive event, which may contain sexually explicit content. Consequently, individuals must be at least 18 years of age to participate in MFR events and 21 for those events held in establishments with this age requirement.


As part of our dress code, all attendees are obligated to dress appropriately at all times. This means body parts must be covered throughout the event in accordance with local laws when in areas accessible to the general public.


MFR is committed to fostering an environment free from harassment, ensuring all participants, irrespective of their age, race, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, disability, physical appearance, body size, personal beliefs, fetish interests, or religion, feel welcomed and respected. Any form of harassment constitutes a severe violation of our professional code of conduct. This policy is applicable to all attendees, vendors, contestants, judges, volunteers, and contractors.


Harassment, in this context, encompasses but is not limited to:

•    Discriminatory or unjust behavior based on age, race, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, disability, physical appearance, body size, personal beliefs, fetish interests, or religion

•    Unsolicited physical contact

•    Inappropriate sexual attention

•    Unwanted photography or videography

•    Intentional intimidation, threats, stalking, or persistent following


Participants involved in any form of harassment are expected to cease their behavior immediately upon request. Respect for individual boundaries is paramount — a rejection or request to be left alone from another individual must be honored without question.

In the event of experiencing harassment or interpersonal conflict, individuals are advised to halt further interaction and immediately report the issue to any MFR Board Member.


The use of alcoholic beverages within the event space is strictly regulated. In public venues, alcohol is only permitted if it is sold by or served by a licensed provider authorized for on-site consumption. MFR enforces a stringent zero-tolerance policy towards illegal substances. Any individual found selling or distributing any controlled substance will be immediately expelled from the event and reported to the local law enforcement authorities.


Carrying or displaying any functioning or realistic appearing firearms is strictly always prohibited, irrespective of any government permits that an individual may hold. Furthermore, any projectile devices or props, which may potentially cause disturbance or annoyance to others, are not permitted within the event premises.


Personal use of photography, film, and video recording is typically permitted at our events. However, attendees are encouraged to exercise courtesy when capturing images or footage of others, making sure to seek permission beforehand. If an individual expresses their wish not to be photographed or filmed, their preference must be respected.


For purposes of sale, publication, mass media, or public dissemination, photography, film, or recording is strictly prohibited unless express written authorization has been obtained from the MFR Executive Team.


MFR takes pride in welcoming all rubber enthusiasts and those interested in learning about the rubber community. We recognize our responsibility to guarantee the safety of all participants. Non-compliance with this Code of Conduct may lead to the following consequences:

  • Warning

  • Removal from the event

  • Referral to venue security

  • Referral to public safety or law enforcement

The MFR Executive Board holds the primary responsibility for ensuring attendee safety and enforcing this Code of Conduct. Any queries regarding safety measures or the application of the Code of Conduct should be directed towards the MFR Executive Board. Any concerns or complaints regarding the conduct of MFR volunteers may be raised to the MFR Executive Team.

Individuals who are found by the MFR Executive Board, or their appointed representative, to have grossly violated this code of conduct may have their participation rights in all MFR events revoked and may be prohibited from entering any MFR venue.

If you are subject to unacceptable behavior, notice that someone else is being subject to unacceptable behavior, or have concerns that this Code of Conduct is not being followed, notify a MFR volunteer or Board Member or contact us at as soon as possible.  All reports will remain confidential.   

This code of conduct is effective as of 12-22-2023.

MFR reserves the right to change, amend, or modify these rules at any time without prior notice.

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