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Indiana Leather Club is a fraternal organization that has a very strong community, education, and charitable works component. We are not a traditional "entry level" BDSM organization because our primary focus is not the physical activities that draw most people into the community initially. That said, we welcome participants and prospective members from all levels of experience who are interested in exploring a Leather path.
We offer two membership levels: Full and Supporting.
A voting member of the club, with all rights and responsibilities. Full members are expected to regularly participate in the activities of the club. To apply for Full membership, the applicant must have been a Prospect for at least 12 months.
For applicants who have not previously been Full members of ILC. Prospects are expected to regularly participate in the activities of the club and to attend at least 50% of the orientation sessions offered. Prospects do not vote or hold office.
Supporting membership is for those who wish to attend some club functions and support the goals of the club but are not prepared to invest the significant time and energy expected of Prospect and Full members.
Supporters do not vote or hold office and are not required to complete a Prospect period.
To learn more about Indiana Leather Club, including how to become a member, explore the links below.
The mentorship program is designed to train future leaders and volunteers, to provide a path of growth to people who are ready to move beyond the basics and to set the expectation of community service as a core value of Indiana Leather Club. Mentees will be guided through learning and volunteer opportunities that will help them become more useful to the local community and help them grow personally. There are four mentorship tracks.
Prepares the individual to serve the local community in a leadership role, such as serving on the board of an organization or taking on a volunteer position involving significant responsibilities. Focuses on networking, volunteerism, interpersonal skills, conflict resolution, and understanding of the local community and its groups and resources.
Prepares the individual to develop and teach BDSM related classes at the local and regional level. Focuses on educational theory, curriculum development, professionalism, and public speaking skills.
Prepares the individual to produce BDSM related events. Focuses on logistics planning, budgeting, marketing, negotiating, and managing volunteers.
Prepares the individual to serve as a local or regional titleholder. Focuses on public speaking and stage confidence, BDSM and Leather history and protocol, networking, personal image, and volunteerism.
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