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In basic negotiation it’s common to decide that there can be no add-on changes in the planned activities for a scene. That’s often a good idea, because trying to communicate a different, more permissive state of consent during a scene is risky. Thista talks in this video about how to create the parameters to mitigate the risk, along with concepts such as “explicit” and “implicit” cues (such as verbal vs. body language) to help.
This video is closed-captioned for the hearing impaired.
- Advanced Negotiation: Consent as a Persistent & Fluctuating State
- Advanced Negotiation: Communicating Consent While In Scene
- Advanced Negotiation Demo: Negotiating Parameters
- Advanced Negotiation: Pitfalls of Experience
- Advanced Negotiation Demo: Evaluating Skills
- Advanced Negotiation: States of Change
- Advanced Negotiation: Closing Thoughts