Role playing was an integral part of the Randall family’s work life and play life. It was the spice in their lives. It was exciting and exhilarating to be other people and do many different things.
For their work in testing the scenarios for the new novels they assumed identities. For their private lives, to enhance their sex life, they played out roles creating the constant variety that multiple partners multiplied by multiple identities afforded them.
Audrey was particularly turned on by men in uniforms of all kinds; policemen, firemen, military officers, etc. She liked being a French maid, once in a while, and generally liked being restrained by handcuffs. Inez enjoyed being fierce female warriors. She loved playing Wonder Woman. She also enjoyed the opposite role such as a submissive slave. Liana sometimes favored her Suzy Wong type of role as a high class call girl or as a low class street walker. She also got off on being a naughty nun or a slavegirl like Princess Leia. Lisha enjoyed being a harem dancer, Indian squaw, Grecian goddess or Supergirl. Uzuri also enjoyed being a harem dancer, as well as a stripper and an Egyptian queen.
Rex enjoyed playing off against all these roles but he especially enjoyed playing a great sultan, a policeman, and of all things, Ming the Merciless, Emperor of the planet Mongo.
They each had several individual play sessions every month, both with Rex or their other boyfriends, to live out these roles.
About six times a year Rex would throw elaborate group play parties for the family and their extended group of special friends. Rex spared no expense in creating these lavish themed extravaganzas. Every member of the family participated in the planning of these parties. Everyone had an authentic costume custom made to suit his part. They all helped to locate the right props and accessories and helped to design the backgrounds that set the stage for the theme of the party. The family secretary, Jill, who was not a member of the family, was in charge of co-ordinating the effort.
The parties were always high points in the year. Everyone looked forward to them with anticipation. There was one held at each of the equinoxes and solstices, as humans had always reveled at these times of year. And, in between these times, there were generally two other parties, each with a different theme. There was a Sultan and Harem night, Amazonian Warriors night, Lunar Goddess Ceremony night, and Indian and Settler Squaws night to mention a few.
There was also one other party but it was not a play party. That was the annual gala masquerade ball. It was a very large event with at least a hundred invited guests. Rex provided each guest with an elaborate Venetian type of mask with the proviso that each person may not remove his or her mask at anytime during the party. They must arrive and leave with it on. The only other rule of the party was that no one was to divulge their identity to anyone at the party. Rex’s security guards would check their credentials upon entry and would be the only ones to know each person’s identity.
They relished this part of their life. More constrained and moralistic types looked down on their activities as childish and immoral. But the Randalls had no apologies for their lifestyle. They considered happiness as an integral part of godliness in their spiritual view of the universe.
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