Role Playing

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Role Playing

Poohbear5 Poohbear5
So there are a few role plays I'd like to try with my fiance [i.e. student/teacher, co-workers, strangers in a bar, etc...]. But I have two problems: One is getting myself out of my own comfort zone. And two, I honestly feel a little embarrassed sharing them with him and asking him to play along.

Any suggestions on how to get started?
07/05/2011
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meitman meitman
From a guy's point of view, you don't necessarily have to ask him to play along. I would prefer to just walk into a room and find my wife already in character. You don't have to go all out on character outfits and such for the first few role plays you try. If I walk into the room and she's wearing a mini skirt and telling me she'll do anything to get her grades up I'm going to first pick my jaw up off the floor and then play along until I cant resist taking her any longer.

If you just go for it, most guys aren't going to ask you to stop. If he happens to not like role playing then it's no big deal. Everyone has likes and dislikes and it doesn't hurt to find out what those are. I would guess he's going to love it, though.

And it's ok to laugh during sex. Sex doesn't have to be serious every time. Sex is about enjoying yourself and your partner and laughter is a sign of joy.
07/06/2011
MaryExy MaryExy
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Originally posted by meitman
From a guy's point of view, you don't necessarily have to ask him to play along. I would prefer to just walk into a room and find my wife already in character. You don't have to go all out on character outfits and such for the first few ...
Yeah, I think the best way to introduce it would be to just go for it. You don't have to be perfectly porn-star about it, laughing is perfectly fine. I think I would suggest doing the student/teacher first, I think it'd be easiest to initiate without him knowing beforehand what you're doing. You might also be able to surprise him by acting like you're a total stranger if you meet him for drinks after work, but you might get more "er, what are you doing?"-type comments then if you haven't role-played before.
07/06/2011
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