I'll add my two cents: In my case with my ex-girlfriend as I was called as "Wolf" by my friends (because I look like the wolf from Twilight) she found it funny she would be "she-wolf" which in Spanish is an inmoral way to call a very sexual woman. However, taking the fun out of the matter and getting into the serious one I have mixed feelings about this. If one partner likes it and the other doesn't really mind it I don't see anything wrong with it. It's roleplaying. If you are an actor and someone calls you a "good for nothing piece of " It's not they really mean it, they are playing a character the same applies to this. But if one partner has issues with this, it should explain why they have an issue and expect the other to understand.
No its not role play. If your wife wants you to call her a whore she wants it because it turns her on.
There is a very real emotional response, there is a desire.
It is exactly the same if a husband would ask his wife to play an under aged girl and call him Mr. Pedophile, or if a wife would play a victim so the husband can get all turned on by playing the rapist.
What we are talking about is Christians getting excited and turned on by immoral fantasies.
Even if we were talking about role play, imagine husband dressing up as a cap and wife as a criminal. The thought behind it is not "I am Mr. Cop and you are my wife who is under arrest" the thought is "I am a cop and you are a stranger criminal who I place under arrest and then we have sex".
How about a doctor and patient, or doctor and nurse...we are not talking about getting off on being Mrs Doctor...the exciting part is imagining to be strangers who have sex.
Realisticly, the same thing we Christians reject in real life, the thing we preach to the world...not have immoral sexual relations, we now suddenly condone as a fantasy in the bedroom?
So instead of fighting against immoral thoughts and desires, its now OK to have them, play them out and get turned on by them as long as it happens within a Christian setting?