A GEN Z couple has taken the first step toward consummating their relationship by hiring an intimacy co-ordinator.
Lucy Parry and Joshua Hudson, both aged 19, have agreed if they are to have sex they should involve a professional to ensure both parties are continually consenting and the context of their physical actions is properly understood.
Hudson said: “We’re both amateurs in this field. Going ahead without a third party to provide an avenue to report harassment would be irresponsible.
“It’s only £450 as a day rate for an intimacy co-ordinator who’ll choreograph and supervise the whole thing, ensuring everyone’s boundaries are respected and nobody suffers trauma. Knowing if at any moment I’m uncomfortable they’ll call my dad.”
Parry agreed: “If Kate Winslet and Sydney Sweeney say intimacy co-ordinators are necessary then they are. We’ve put together our Christmas money and I’m saving my Greggs wages. We should have enough by May.”
Wayne Hayes, aged 44, said: “I’ve been looking to break into intimacy co-ordinating anyway, because I’m into watching hot people get naked and have or simulate sex.
“Why would anyone want this job for any other reason?”