IPSA Members Share Best Practice
On Saturday IPSA members from Cape Town, finally got together in a room and shared their practice and discussed all things Intimacy Coordination related in Cape Town, South Africa.
Kate Lush, Jacki Job, Natalie Fisher and Thembela Madliki, all got together in a room and had a fun and informative session discussing all things intimacy coordination related in advance of the Protocols for working with Intimate Content South Africa document being launched this week. It was a great session, with sanitiser and masks, we shared our experiences on set, talked about what best practice should look like when an intimacy coordinator has been booked to work on a project and played around with masking and blocking techniques.
Training future Intimacy Coordinators in South Africa is one of our primary mandates, and before we train anyone else, we're working hard to make sure that all IPSA members are working at standards set by the International Intimacy Coordination Community, whilst also factoring in the fundamental differences to the job an Intimacy Coordinator has to undertake when working in South Africa.