PAIRINGS: writers could PM you with their preferences, and you can do your best to sort them accordingly (with everyone under the understanding it may be impossible for everyone to get what they want). People who don`t respond could be considered neutral and randomized.
I am a fan of your open concept design :) To answer your question about shower privacy: muah haha
Bathrooms could be a semi private stall, or a small closed room with a door that doesn't lock. It would be included in the volunteer contract that they were not to engage in any sexual activity unsupervised. Should the monitoring band alert the attendant to the possibiliy that they are engaging in activity, the attendant had permission to enter the room.
I love all of these ideas actually, I had actually found some rooms, where there were tubs right beside the beds, but I think this would be awesome, that the bands would alert them if their pulse went above a certain level that they were engaging in sexual activity, and they would have to agree that it would be in their contracts, and if they didn't keep to the contract they wouldn't be paid or what-have-you...
nod nod..yep, really liking these ideas.
Does everyone want to pm me with their preferences then? But like lore said, not everyone will get the person that they'd like to be paired up with but that doesn't mean, that you can't engage in activity, be it sexual or otherwise, with people who are not paired up. (Think Jersey Shore type scenario here, attendants don't have to be your sexual partners, they only HAVE to observe test results.)
And I'm still undecided about the sexual activity time limits after administering the drugs. The point is to see how effective the drugs are, how quickly they work and dosage etc etc etc....