Updated: SEPTEMBER 26, 2015
Orientation play refers to a scenario in which an individual is instructed or requested to take on a different sexual orientation than the one they identify with. In orientation play, a heterosexual woman might engage in sexual activity with another woman, for example.
Orientation play is also referred to as cross-orientation play.
More About Orientation Play
Orientation play is always initiated by an individual not engaged in the scenario. It could be initiated through a request from a submissive partner or a demand by a dominant partner. Another example would be if, at the request or demand of a partner, a gay male engages in sexual activity with a straight woman.