Anonymous role play chat
Woman A: I've tried a few — domme/sub, sadist/masochist, professor/student, queen/servant, vampire/victim. I also identify as a sadomasochist and particularly a sadist.Woman B: My partner and I generally do a sex slave/master role-play, in which I submit.
However guests are still subject to all of Role Pages posted rules and guidelines.But it's definitely important to keep an open mind going in.Man A: Think about your fantasies or your partner's.It is sometimes fulfilling to go outside your comfort zone and enter that danger zone. If it feels awkward, then practice your part away from your partner and make it feel natural, because then the sex will come naturally too.Also, don't get discouraged if something doesn't work out the first time playing a new role or adventure. Woman A: It is right now, because I have a partner who is really into it. (3) Make sure you are in a comfortable environment when you first try it.
(4) It's OK to start off slow and get into it gradually. If something makes you truly uncomfortable, don't do it.
I found it difficult to move beyond the comfort zone my mind had set.
I had to trust my partner and look at it as acting a role. Sometimes, my partner and I didn't see eye to eye on something, or there was too much pain or discomfort involved. We are both good about voicing it if one of us isn't. "Yellow" means "it's getting a little too much" or "ease up," which sometimes results in taking a second to talk about what was going on. I have a child now, which makes sex difficult, let alone role-play, so when we do have a night free we try to have fun in whatever way we can.
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Woman A: I was 5 years old, playing with a female friend. Woman A: I've had some times that did and some that didn't. It can also be therapeutic; a way to get to know myself better, and better understand what I like, dislike, and desire.