would they be?
I think several of us in the past proposed "ABDL code of conduct" which included, don't impose, don't expose, keep hygene, etc. But, I think everyone has concurred that "use common sense" has been sufficient.
It's a good thought though.
i dont have any rules and i dont folow any of pacified by knowledge's rules either. but i have terrible ADHD which means i struggle to get to sleep and even when asleep its never full complete sleep. i wake up a lot. the smallest noises wake me up.
If you're meaning "Code of Conduct" type rules, than the common sense rule is good. However, if you mean the type of rules that PacifiedByKnowledge listed, then I think they're important. As a Mommy I like to have a list of rules that set up a routine for my baby, like bedtime and when he needs to be in his jammies, and rules that serve as a reminder that even though he's an "A" he's also my "B", such as no swearing and no caffeinated soda without permission.
First rule should be - - -
"You are an AB - you do not make the rules"!
After all because you are a Baby (Adult - maybe sometimes) and babies do not have rational use of reason to make rules !
Now as for being an Adult then again with baby reasoning your judgment is warped and can not be reliable - so NO rule making for you !
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