Sultry Therapy Session
A roleplay scenario that involves one person playing the role of a patient and the other dressed as a sexy and slightly unconventional therapist. This fun and erotic scene is perfect for couples who want to experience a unique role play, breaking the boundaries of conventional scenarios.Add to favorites
- In this scenario, you're a patient seeking help for a somewhat embarrassing issue - your lack of adventurousness in your love life. Enter your therapist, who seems like the most professional, discreet, and understanding person you could have hoped for.
- The hotter-than-average therapist, who seems to have some unorthodox methods, says that the solution to your problem is role-playing. You're nervous but willing to try. As the session intensifies, the veil of professionalism starts to dissolve, and your 'therapy' starts to resemble something more sensual and intimate.
- The therapist asks you to act out your innermost desires right there in her office. You're hesitant at first, but ultimately you find yourself playing along. The 'therapy session' takes an unexpected turn towards the end, leading to an immensely satisfying conclusion that leaves you feeling more liberated than ever.
- Prepare your setting. If you're at home, dedicate one room as the 'therapist's office'. Check the room temperature, ensure that it’s comfortably warm. Add some candles or low lighting to enhance the mood. Prepare a comfortable couch or chair for the 'patient' to lie on and a chair for the 'therapist'.
- Prepare your outfits. As the patient, you can dress in everyday clothes. As the therapist, dress professionally but don't hesitate to add a sexy twist when your partner least expects it.
- Think about the initial storyline and how it might progress. Remember that one of you is struggling with a sexual issue. The other has to try and diagnose the problem before proposing a solution that will gradually become more creative and sensual.
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- Communication is key in a roleplay scenario. Make sure everyone involved feels comfortable with the scenario and the actions that will take place.
- As a therapist, remember that your job is to build confidence while exploring fears/desires, acting commanding and authoritative can help establish this.
- Always remember the safe word. If things get too intense for either partner, don't be hesitant to use the safe word and pause or stop the roleplay.