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Phone sex is a form of virtual sex using telephone communication, and does not involve physical contact. Two, or more consensual partners engage in explicit sexual conversation or exchange sexual fantasy, with at least one of the participants masturbating. Phone sex conversations may include sexual sounds, narrated and enacted suggestions, sexual confessions and anecdotes, sexual role-play suggestions, candid expressions of sexual love, as well as personal sensitive sexual topics.

Phone sex users are almost exclusively men, with some exceptions of female users, while phone sex workers may be male or female.

Non-addictive phone sex may also be used in the context of long-distance intimate relationships between lovers, with equal gender involvement.

RISKS INVOLVING PHONE SEX ADDICTION

Persons who suffer from phone sex addiction frequent mostly professional and commercial phone sex workers, for the exchange of, sometimes substantial, payments. Embarrassments may arise from a disclosure of phone bills, affecting personal or professional relationships, and public life. 

Sex addicts, who are engaging in sexual phone-stalking of non-suspecting, or non-consensual individuals, are offending against the Australian law, and risk legal prosecution.

COMMERCIAL PHONE SEX

Phone sex is a highly commercialised industry, employing sex workers who specialise in ‘phone acting’, ‘adult phone entertaining’, ‘audio erotic performing’, or as ‘fantasy artists’, or any one of other monikers. Most valued attributes of phone sex professionals include voice, acting, sexual role-play skills, and an ability to discern and respond appropriately to their customers’ broad spectrum of requests.

Such requests can include a plethora of sexual fantasy, fetish, and taboos that most customers find impossible to engage in during real life sexual encounters for reasons of psychological inhibitions, lack of sexual confidence and experience, unwillingness of a committed life-partner, lack of physical ability, fear of social stigma, and moral or legal ramifications.

The most obvious purpose of phone sex is to deliver a masturbation aid, but for some customers a phone sex worker becomes a ‘surrogate’, a ‘friend’, or a‘ therapist', where they can anonymously offload intimate secrets and sexual taboos, with no restrictions or consequences to fear. 

COUNSELLING FOR PHONE SEX ADDICTION

If telephone sex addiction causes you distress, please call Sex Addiction Australia (+61) 02 9380 4486 for information, or book a confidential consultation with Heide, or email info@sexaddictionaustralia.com.au

 

   

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