Pick-Up Play

Definition - What does Pick-Up Play mean?

Pick-up play is used to describe a type of play at dungeon parties. It usually means play that hasn't been planned in advance and is more of a spur of the moment thing. One players "picks up" another one, they negotiate a scene, and play it out right away.

Kinkly explains Pick-Up Play

Pick-up play is a well-known and popular way to get play partners at dungeon parties and BDSM clubs. Pick-up play is part flirting and part quick negotiation. Some people prefer pick-up play to more arranged scenes planned well in advance. This enables pick-up players to get to know new people, to practice their improvisation skills, and to experience new things.

As with all types of BDSM play, pick-up players must thoroughly negotiate their scene and agree on limits and safewords. Ensuring safety, consent and mutual satisfaction is essential for the long-term reputation of pick-up players.

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