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Man A: Nerves were a big challenge for me at the beginning. Woman A: (1) Make sure you clearly consent, and don't do anything you don't want to do.
It may also call for one or both partners to, say, strip in a car or park.
The popularity of the Internet has also allowed for online sexual encounters, known as cybersex, which may involve roleplay.
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. "Red" means "stop immediately." Afterward, we talk about what either party didn't like so we can have better luck next time. (3) Make sure you are in a comfortable environment when you first try it.
Other times, we realized how far down the rabbit hole we had gone and needed to go back. Man A: Like BDSM, we use a safe word if things were spiraling out of control or if we caused pain outside of the role-play. Woman A: It is right now, because I have a partner who is really into it. (4) It's OK to start off slow and get into it gradually. If something makes you truly uncomfortable, don't do it.
How seriously the play is taken depends on the people involved, and the scenario may be anywhere from simple and makeshift to detailed and elaborate, complete with costumes and a script.