I covered many different terms in part one of my Thesaurus For Erotic Roleplay. From genitalia to feelings and positioning. Your choice of words when emoting during erotic roleplay not only makes the scene feel more alive but it becomes more immersive when you don’t repeat words endlessly.
Whether you’re a novice trying to find your way or a seasoned roleplayer looking to expand your vocabulary, part two of this list should assist you to some degree. When needed, I will try and explain things as simple as possible to make things less confusing.
I will repeat the disclaimer I made in part one and say that I don’t believe every single one of these word choices is fantastic. I do think however that they each have their place and each brings their sense of uniqueness to your roleplay.
Thesaurus For Erotic Roleplay | Appearance
Thesaurus For Erotic Roleplay | Touches
Touching is a very large part of erotic roleplay. I debated whether or not to include it because while it’s important I also feel that it’s very often a secondary thought to describe it. Most people will write “she touches his hard cock” but the way in which the touch happens has a much more immersive feel when it’s described.
“She teasingly runs her fingers across the crown of his cock” brings you much more into the scene. So for that reason, I decided to include this list in part two of my Thesaurus For Erotic Roleplay.
Thesaurus For Erotic Roleplay | Female Arousal
When I get aroused, I feel different sensations from my muscles tightening to tingling sensations. My body starts crying out to be touched. One of the most commonly known signs of arousal is wetness. This short list should help you choose other words than “wet” in your roleplay.
- Moist (everyone’s favourite)
Thesaurus For Erotic Roleplay | Male Arousal
Just as above, the same goes for males. There are numerous other ways to put across a description without the word “hard”
Everyone roleplays in a different way. Some people like to be really descriptive with long paragraphs for each moment. Others like a short one-liner which gives a little depth to the action.
Whatever your style is, always remember to have fun. If you get caught up in thinking of the right words or making sure that what you type is dissertation-level material, then you suck the fun out of it.
Erotic roleplay has a fascinating way of igniting a fire in your mind if it’s done right. You will of course have great experiences and you will have some not-so-great experiences. The journey, the arousal and the excitement are what make it truthfully engaging.
If you’re still looking for more advice then this Roleplay Resource is a great site to use.
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