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I won’t tolerate him being a jealous ninny about something I love to do as a hobby. Morticia seemed to draw the line at writing smut with another person. But writing smutty sex-scenes with another player’s character might be too far. I’m an adult, and I feel that sometimes an adult relationship (even in a game) deserves to be explored on any level required. If I were to write a sex scene between two of my characters in a book, how is that different than role-playing out that scene between two characters, one of which just happens to not be of my own devising? There’s a reason for this though – in the past, we’ve both had people who could not separate IC from OOC and caused some serious issues trying to interfere and break us up so they could have whichever of us they’d attached themselves to.No, it’s not wrong to RP a relationship when the writer(s) is in a relationship OOC. My fiance and I have an agreement – neither of us will roleplay relationships with anyone unless we’re both comfortable with the other person. It made both of us incredibly leery of roleplaying relationships with anyone since it’s happened several times.She’ll hamster you as her golden goose that she’ll have one opportunity to attract.

so there are many people inctive ...i see :sob: :sob: and many people left the comm..so am going to delete all the wikis ..we wont have a list of taken idols ...Sadly, roleplaying is being invaded by people who can't write OR improvise OR follow common rules of etiquette. Anyone who thinks that it relates directly to real life any more than, say, Crazy Eights does might want to have their head examined.This question was first asked in our Facebook group, where it provoked an interesting discussion.My husband knows I’m a writer, and that comes with relationships in the territory.

Like I said, if he did get all offended by it or was out of his mind implying something, I’d have a sit down and tell him he needs to get his facts straight. I have a right to explore my creativity in whatever way necessary as long as I do not cross that line between IC and OOC.NOTE: DO NOT talk about how much money you make, your high-paying corporate job, your nice car, your big house, etc.Only boast about YOU and things that can only be found within YOU. Her first response will almost always be “Hey”, “Hi”, “Hello”, “Hey, how’re you”, etc.All of my ex-girlfriends/boyfriends knew I role-played, and they never seemed to have an issue with it.I just don’t divulge every detail and they generally don’t care.It’s like a game to them; the more men in their inbox, the more attractive they perceive themselves and the more confident they feel.