The no-non­sense guide to role play

Dress to im­press! Grab your cloak and pick up your wand, you’ve pulled…

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1 Pick a power cou­ple

Charles and Camilla, Kim and Kanye, Bert and Ernie. Who doesn’t want to be some­one else for a bit be­tween the sheets? ‘Sex shouldn’t feel like re­al­ity,’ says sex­pert Emma Kenny from Killing Kit­tens (killingkit­tens. com). ‘It should feel trans­fix­ing, de­li­cious, naughty, lov­ing, alive and de­sir­able.’ So, go on, you’ll get bonus points for us­ing your imag­i­na­tion. It’s just like do­ing GCSE drama all over again.

2 De­ci­sions, de­ci­sions

Does he tire eas­ily help­ing you pick a work skirt in Zara, but turns into Gok Wan when it comes to choos­ing out­fits for role play? Don’t fret. He still wants the ‘ev­ery­day’ you. ‘If he wants you in a cos­tume ev­ery time and you’re OK with that, then go ahead,’ re­as­sures Emma. ‘He knows it is you be­neath the cos­tume.’ **Quickly calls char­ity shop to ask for the sexy cow­girl out­fit do­na­tion back**

3 Stick and twist

Role play should def­i­nitely be em­braced like an all-you-caneat buf­fet. Mix it up and al­ways get sec­onds. ‘Ev­ery­one has a go-to fan­tasy and of­ten the an­tic­i­pa­tion of know­ing ex­actly what is go­ing to hap­pen is tan­ta­liz­ing,’ says Emma. ‘That said, sex should be evolv­ing and that means creat­ing lots of fan­tasy role plays.’

4 Don’t stop be­liev­ing

If you’re mak­ing the ef­fort then you want an Os­car­win­ning or­gasm at the end, right? So, chan­nel Robert De Niro and go method. ‘From ac­cents to thigh-high boots, the more you work at it, the bet­ter it feels,’ says Emma. ‘I get my clients to go out sep­a­rately and meet up as the char­ac­ters they are play­ing. While you may have to keep a coat over the cos­tume, the ex­pe­ri­ence is more evoca­tive.’

5 Get down and dusty

We’ve all been there. You spend three hours paint­ing your body Papa Smurf blue for a fancy-dress party, while the host wears an LBD and cute bunny ears. Turns out, sim­ple things are pow­er­ful. ‘Props such as a feather duster can add to play, but whether you go the whole ca­boo­dle is down to con­fi­dence. For many men, sim­ply see­ing you dressed in a provoca­tive out­fit will suf­fice.’ Feather duster? We’re sure Nana has one of those…

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