By participating in the festival, you and PFF Vienna form an agreement to ensure our space feels more free and safer for us all, so make sure you follow these important rules:
This is the most important rule at the festival. NO racism, sexism, homophobia, transphobia, body-shaming, ageism, ableism or discrimination of any kind whatsoever.
Respect personal space, boundaries and consent – an enthusiastic YES is a yes, everything else is a NO. Remember you are still in public, this is not the place for nudity or engaging in sexual activity. Keep the fun for later!
People at the festival will have diverse genders, sexualities, relationship styles, nationalities, ages, disabilities, class and cultural backgrounds, and political and religious beliefs. Please try not to make assumptions about these, and to take somebody’s self-identity at face value. Please ask when you’re unsure.
You are here because you want to see something new, daring and different. You will see things you want to see, and other things you didn’t want to see so much. Please do not make derogatory comments or jokes. Instead, stay open minded and expand the limits of your comfort zone.
If you have any problems at the event, please talk to one of the organizers. However, it is your personal responsibility to ensure your safety. PFF Vienna can’t take responsibility for you. If you have any questions please contact us for advice.
We reserve the right to ask a participant to leave the event immediately if we believe that a violation has occurred, or if we consider that they are a threat to the well-being of other participants. No refunds, no discussion.
Please use it generously! We hope that you will post and blog about the festival. Tag us on Instagram at @pffvienna and find us on Facebook at “PFFVienna”. However, please do not publicly criticize or condemn individuals. If you have a complaint or criticism about the event please consider discussing it with the organizers. We are open to suggestions, improvements and critique!
Please keep in mind that bathrooms are gender-neutral during the entire festival.