Growing interest.Part of Susanne Pitt's letter to Gateshead Council, reads: "Firstly, I hasten to point out very clearly that this is not in anyway a subterfuge sub·ter·fuge
A deceptive stratagem or device: "the paltry subterfuge of an anonymous signature" Robert Smith Surtees. or cover for prostitution and that the owner of the proposed premises understands this and has given his permission for the property to be used as a role playing role playing,
n in behavioral medicine, learning exercise in which individuals assume characters different from their own. The individual may also be asked to simulate a particularly difficult situation and apply the characteristics that are common to his studio.
"The market researched is well defined and very specific in what is asked for and those who know what role-playing is do not expect sexual intercourse sexual intercourse
or coitus or copulation
Act in which the male reproductive organ enters the female reproductive tract (see reproductive system). but rather the opposite with sexual denial being very central to things.
"I realise the nature of my proposed business is very unusual but after much research and fact finding I know that there is a large and growing interest in `alternate reality' or `fantasy' experiences."