Erotic Salon: ROLEPLAY

An thrilling way to expand beyond the confines of your dusty outdated sexual structures is roleplay. If daily life has cast you as the responsible breadwinner what a lovely release at the end of the day to drop that role and be transformed into a naughty slut. If you are the studious reliable data manager in your day job, what fun to become a handsome horny stud when you and your lover settle down after a long day’s journey into night. Roleplay doesn’t mean dressing up in a costume (although it could, if that’s what you’re into!). Its more about finding your own individual alterego who longs to live and breathe beyond the sociallyapproved job that fills your days. Sharing your “secret” self might prove to be delicious enhancement that enlivens your relationship. It might be as simple as changing up the language that you use with a lover. Or it might be a more elaborate and refined evolution of a fantasy that you have longed to realize. Finding the best way to roleplay with your lover can open you to a surprisingly refreshing form of pleasure. Join us for this evening of investigation as together we plunge the depths and search for some long lost truths.


Reserve early. The Salon fills up fast.
The lecture will take place in English.



Date & Time
Thursday 08.06.23 | 19 – 22


This workshop will take place in Zurich. The address will be sent to you when your registration is complete.


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Overview Erotic Salon.


The internationally known sex educator Maggie Tapert has been leading her own brand of unique seminars and workshops for more than twenty years. Her pioneering work in the field of female sexuality is rooted in a profound focus on feminine pleasure and desire. Maggie Tapert was born in the USA and spent most of her adult life in Switzerland. She is mother, grandmother and has a private practice for coaching and mentoring in Zurich. Her autobiography, PLEASURE was first published in 2012 by Südwest Verlag and went into a second printing in 2019.