PROVOCATION

Performance / Play / Dance

Kinky Disco Beach Party

Friday 20th January 2023
Doors 9.30pm
Levels Main, Cafe, Basement
Close 3am
Inflation Nightclub

Provocation is a monthly club held at Inflation Nightclub Melbourne CBD
Provocation is an all gender inclusive BDSM Play Party for Melbourne’s Kink, Alternative and  Queer community
Submit yourself to an experiment in hedonism designed to elevate and engage all of your senses in our opulent multi-level, multi-room labyrinth of play spaces

IF YOU DARE TO BE DIFFERENT… IF YOU ARE WITHOUT PREJUDICE… IF YOU LOVE LIVING ON THE EDGE… IF EXPLORING YOUR WILDEST FANTASIES MAKES YOU TICK

We have something special for you, somewhere that you can play unrestricted.
A venue that you can explore that is filled with nooks and crannies that will be overloaded with equipment so that everyone can play.
You can even dance with a sexy intimate dance floor.

MAIN FLOOR
DJ Cruise on the decks, medical area, cage, cross, spanking bench, suspension frame, Smoker’s area
Opens at 9.00 pm

ROOF TOP (SUMMER)
medical table, suspension frame, spanking bench, stocks

BASEMENT (WINTER)
DJ Domme on the decks, medical table, stocks, suspension frame, spanking bench, and lots of dark corners
Opens at 10.30 pm

MID DECK (entry floor)
DJ Domme on the desks, suspension frame, cross, spanking bench, medical table

Information

We have the opinion that while your kink may not be our kink – respect is compulsory. We look forward to seeing you!!
Mistress Mallice & the Provocation Team
Inflation Nightclub   60 King Street CBD
$35 @ Door for NON members or $30 for Members
Membership $40 per year and can be paid on the night.
Minimum neat black clothing however making an effort is appreciated

CONSENT AT OUR EVENTS
We want all involved with Provocation to feel super comfortable, radically expressing themselves through kink at all of our events
Please read this piece carefully and if you find yourself completely agreeing that all of this makes a lot of sense, then please, come join the party
Respect the autonomy of the individual:
every person has the right to make decisions about their own body, property, and personal space.
What you see as a gift might be a curse if it is unwelcome (or unwanted), so when giving a gift, entering someone’s personal space, or using someone’s property, ask permission first.
Only proceed if there is consent between all parties.
Do not ever assume that you have consent based upon what a person is wearing or how they are acting.
Consent must be mutual, verbal, definite, and given consciously, and persons are free to change their mind at any time.
Remember that consent for one act does not imply consent for all acts, and consent given once does not mean that you have consent every time.

No always means no

Our door and security crew have been fully briefed to be on the lookout for any sleazy, homophobic, transphobic, kinkphobic, antisocial, or predatory behaviour, which will get you instantly turfed from the event.
We are an inclusive, pansexual event and require all our patrons to accept and respect this.
Someone’s kink may not be your kink, but you must respect their right to it.
If you are unsure how to address someone, please ask politely how they would prefer to be addressed.
It’s a quick question and offends no-one, and shows you are interested and open minded.

DO NOT TOUCH or grope people unless you have been expressly given their ok to do so.
If you’re unsure, simply check – a quick “Would you mind if I…?” is required and you’d be amazed at how empowering it is too.

The absence of NO is not a YES!
Remember, consent is VERBALLY EXPRESSED not IMPLIED.

PROVOCATION ASSUMES NO CONSENT HAS BEEN GIVEN IN ALL REPORTED INCIDENTS.
This is not negotiable.
If you see something amiss or feel uncomfortable or have any concern at all, please approach a ‘PROVOCATION Team or crew member or our event Security Guards as your first point of call, if you cannot identify them in the venue please go directly to the front door box office and inform the security guard that is always there.
Where necessary the situation can then be escalated to security intervention if needed.
This helps us help you have a better experience and helps the security team know when an intervention is urgently required.

DRESS CODE
WHAT DO I WEAR?

PROVOCATION will be operating on a strict door policy.
This is to protect YOU from ‘tourists’ who happen upon the event and could cause problems.
Entry is at the sole discretion of PROVOCATION door staff and Security Guard who have complete control over admittance.
PROVOCATION recommend dressing to impress for a trouble-free entry.

Don’t hold back in expressing yourself or your kinks, the environment we are trying to create is one where you can be yourself, the true you that might stay hidden in everyday life… So bring out all that gear you thought was a little ‘too much’ for public viewing, there’s no judgement here and a lot of people are probably going to really love it.

The all black clothing minimum is a concession to those who are new to these kinds of events and don’t yet have a kink wardrobe or those who are not comfortable in the more ‘traditional’ fetish wear of leather, latex and PVC etc.

PROVOCATION is all about INCLUSION as well as play and fun. We do however require that you make a concentrated effort to dress appropriately to the theme of the night. This means no blue or black jeans, sneakers, work-wear, day-wear or ‘standard’ club wear. If in doubt, dress up. Suits or waistcoats for male identifying patrons and black dresses for female identifying patrons are a safe choice, we also accept alternative/goth club wear.

For quick reference:

YES LIST
Leather, Latex, PVC, Fetish, Cross, Drag, Fur, Suit, Military, Goth/Alt/Retro, All Black

NO LIST
Jeans or Shorts in any colour, not even black. Sneakers/Sandals etc T-shirts other than FETISH RELATED Street Wear Vanilla Club Wear Work-wear Casual or Smart Casual
 Dress code is enforced but the demographic is massively varied in age, background, race and culture.

SIX PRINCIPLES FOR MAXIMISING PLEASURE

1.Seek verbal explicit consent
2.Communicate clearly
3.Be risk aware
4.Know your limitations
5.Respect yourself and others
6.Be responsible for yourself and your charges.

SAFE, SANE &  CONSENSUAL