Archive for April 2012

Phone Sex - What Others Don't Know

Many people think that phone sex is very harmless and people are having fun while being safe. What they don't know is that it involves explicit erotic matters and most of the people involve are young teens. Most of the time, people are talking about these erotic matters with strangers but others are doing this with someone they know. The main reason why many people are engaging in this kind of activity is because they think they are safe and being safe for them is not having sexually transmitted diseases. The sad thing here is that many companies are now offering the service because of the income that they receive.

If you come to think of it, phone sex is very harmful. It is correct that physically, people are safe because there are no chances that they will have sexually transmitted diseases. But psychologically and emotionally, people are affected with this activity especially that young teens are involved. Young teens are at the stage of exploring different things and if they are exposed to this kind of activity, they will have different view on sex. Phone sex teaches them to indulge instead of controlling the desire. Also, sex should be enjoyed during marriage. As for the married people who are involved, it promotes marital problems and adultery. Both for teens and adults, the activity promotes an increase in exploring more exciting adventure related to the field.

For those people who are still in the stage of dating and trying to preserve the joy of sex after marriage, they will surely fail if they are engaged in phone sex. Also, it would be a good feeling if you do it on your wedding night. Even if you talk to some teens who already engaged in having sex, they will tell you that in one way or another they regret doing it and realizing that they already lost that special thing in their life.

Another effect of phone sex is financial disability in the long run. There are companies that charge very high that people who are using and enjoying the service will not mind paying bucks. This is the reason why some people have high debts and this is a sad fact. Remember that it is very addictive that some people already don't think of other things in their life but to engage in the activity once in a while. So think twice if you're going to use the service.

Practice Safe Sex on the Phone - Psychologist Warns of Dangers of Erotic Hypnosis With Phone Sex!

People have long seemed to attempt new ways to explore and heighten their healthy sexual pleasures with their love partner. Generally, these natural curiosities had been limited to playful experimentation like varied positions, Tantric Sex (sexual yoga), and stimulating talk. Others have included increasingly risky sexual behaviors, such as unprotected sex with multiple partners, marital affairs, auto asphyxiation and illicit drug use.

Although hypnosis can often play a vital role in the treatment of a variety of therapeutic issues, ranging from impotence and premature ejaculation to marital discord and decreased libido, its recent misuse is creating new "safe sex" dangers. Although "Erotic Hypnosis" can be used as an adventurous exploration of one's human sexuality and pleasure, the use of hypnosis should be limited to those properly trained in its application. The proliferation of self-hypnosis programs, however, makes it impossible to fully regulate its private use.

The popularity of books and videos such as "The Sensuous Woman", "My Secret Garden", "Secrets About Men Every Woman Should Know", and "Better Sex" proves that there is a growing market for information that celebrate healthy sex. Peter Masters' 2001 book, "Look Into My Eyes", is one of the first to celebrate the use of hypnosis to bring out the best in one's sex life!

Hypnosis is an often-misunderstood phenomenon that is basically an exercise in deep meditation. Once in a deeply relaxed state, one's mind develops a natural, heightened focus. It is this fixed concentration that affords one the unique ability to intensify pleasure, via the guided imagery of Erotic Hypnosis, like manipulating a dream, but more absorbing.

As with any sexual experience, trust between partners is vital. By the time one's relationship may develop into something more physically intimate, there is usually an assumption that enough time has evolved to develop positive trust between partners. Earlier within the relationship, however, one may find a sense of false security in phone sex. Although it can be a safer form of increasing intimacy, it is important to understand that if Erotic Hypnosis is practiced prematurely (especially over the phone), an unscrupulous partner could potentially take advantage of the other partner, without the victim even necessarily fully realizing it.

The potential danger arises from the fact that within this form of hypnosis, one leaves one's subconscious mind open to suggestions that one desires. Although it is generally true that people do not typically accept, or act upon, suggestions that are inconsistent with their desires, a cleaver hypnotist could offer pleasurable suggestions that may seem reasonable, yet are really more self-serving. The result could be comparable to someone who may have had one too many drinks, who later wondered why they behaved so foolishly the night before. With Erotic Hypnosis, for example, a post-hypnotic suggestion could conceivably be covertly offered that might compel the victim to take the relationship to "the next level," before they might have otherwise been ready for the advance.

Similar to any intimate encounter, it is invaluable that couples, who desire to experiment with this type of hypnosis, share a deep trust, honesty and mutual respect. Although it is not advisable to use any hypnosis outside of clinically indicated settings, respectful partners who care about each other will likely find this form to be a mutually surprising and stimulating encounter.

Erotic Hypnosis Phone Sex - What Can You Expect when You Call

Erotic Hypnosis phone sex calls are my favourite calls. The experience ranges from a 5 minute quicky where the caller really is just fantasizing that he is hypnotized, going through the motions of being mind controlled, and getting off on the whole idea of it. At the other end of the spectrum are the recurring 45 minute sessions in which the caller submits to ever deepening hypnotic transes, divulges his inner desires, and responds to post hypnotic suggestion.

The most fascinating thing about hypnosis phone sex, is that for me, it is a wonderful tool for releasing hidden desires. Many callers will never admit what it is that they are hoping to experience. Manly guys do not want to say that they are interested in being feminized. Powerful business men find it difficult to ask to be dominated in any circumstance, especially sexually. Through hypnosis phone sex, however, these callers will ask to be hypnotized and taken control of. Often that is the only thing they say. "I want to be controlled by a beautiful woman." It is only after they are in a trance, and answering truthfully without the ego censuring their desires, they tell me what they really 'really' want.

It is a terrifying feeling to know that you want something that you consider 'abnormal' or 'freakish'. Men are conditioned into being straight manly men, powerful and strong. Not everyone can be that way all of the time, everyone has both strong and weak sides, masculine and feminine desires. Through hypnosis, the repressed desires can be brought to the front and enjoyed. Through hypnosis phone sex, the caller can remain anonymous and safe and enjoy the hypnotic session.

I have been asked to hypnotize callers into believing they are women, robots, inanimate objects, as well as into performing a variety of post hypnotic suggestions and responding to hidden triggers. For instance, one caller was taken with the desire to be 'programmed' into responding a certain way when he was in the presence of a certain beautiful woman. Another caller just wanted to be made to do embarrassing things so that he would know he was not acting under his own control.

Some callers are experimenting for the first time, others seem to call over and over with the exact same request, never tiring of the hypnotic sessions.

To get the most out of your erotic hypnosis phone sex session, I recommend the following preparations.

Set aside atleast half an hour of private time. 45 minutes is ideal, but half an hour is plenty of time to experience a hypnotic state.
Prepare a comfortable place to call from. Some people prefer a quiet bedroom, others a comfortable easy chair. It is important to remove possible distractions. You will need to be able to focus on the voice at the other end of the line.
Make sure you telephone batteries are fully charged. Losing the connection part way through is extremely disappointing.
Choose a phone sex hypnotist that you are comfortable with and call her. Let her know as best you can what you are hoping to experience.
Arrange for payment of the call, discuss that with the hypnotist so that there are no 'loose ends' regarding the price you will pay for tour session.

As an erotic phone sex hypnotist, I can say that not everyone who calls for a hypnosis session goes into a trance. Also, some people act like they are in a trance, likely roleplaying and fantasizing, but not at all hypnotized. Others focus, listen and do go into wonderful hypnotic trances, obeying commands and experiencing the erotic session. I cannot always tell over the phone if the caller is hypnotized or not, I can however, always tell if the caller is enjoying his experience, and probably that is all that they care about in the end.

One of the major benefits to the caller is that he can be 'commanded' to do something that he has secretly always wanted to do, but was afraid to try. With the responsibility of his actions falling on the hypnotist's shoulders, the caller is provided the freedom to experience his suppressed desires. It is very exciting to be able to temporarily at least, break free from stubborn inhibitions and go outside one's comfort zone.

I don't believe callers can be made to do anything they don't deep down want to do, although of course that is the allure of erotic hypnosis!

Getting Comfortable For Phone Sex

Phone sex is so appealing because of the mental images you can achieve simply by relaying to someone (or vice versa) what you want to do to them sexually. Many women don't feel comfortable talking dirty over a piece of electronic equipment. It makes them feel silly and holding a phone while you're trying to get your (and your partner's) rocks off, can be a bit challenging! So how can you become the phone sex queen that your lover desires you to be without sounding like a goofy amateur? A few tips and tricks will send you on your way to conquering the phone sex dilemma!

• Phone sex is about feeling sexual and expressing how you feel to your significant other so they can reciprocate the emotion. Sometimes all you need to start your imagination off on a phone sex adventure is a few key phrases. They can be as risqué and allusive as, "I'd love to put my lips all over your body tonight." Or they could be quick, simple, and directly to business like, "I'm so horny for you!" You may be the blushing virgin initially but before long you'll be the ultimate phone sex goddess! Use your imagination and drop your inhibitions at the door. Snuggle up in a dimly lit room with your lover on the telephone and remember, it's all about pleasure! So while your one hand is holding the phone, put that other hand to work stimulating your erogenous zones.

• You don't have to sound like a professional breathy porn star or a seductive actress in your phone sex conversations. Your partner doesn't expect you to be anyone other than yourself (unless you're role-playing, so don't worry about giggling every once in awhile or just using your normal bedroom voice. If you and your beau are both inexperienced when it comes to making the phone love, encourage each other with questions such as, "What would you like to do to me?" or "What would you do if I did this to you?" Get into it! There's a big difference between talking about something completely naughty and doing something not so naughty, like the laundry or the dishes, while you're trying to have phone sex. Close your eyes and really imagine all the things that are taking place in the conversation.

• Sometimes you may hit a snag in the conversation where you or your partner is at a loss for words. This is something that can be easily remedied with a trip down memory lane. Think of a time when you and your partner were realistically physically intimate together and recall those sexy moments over the phone. If you're dabbling in phone sex with someone you've never met in person and you hit an awkward silence, tell them about your fantasies. Replace the part of the lover with them and see where the conversation leads you. Perhaps they have the same fantasy so they can elaborate on how it would go. One more important thing is, let them hear your pleasure! Don't suppress the urge to moan softly.

Phone sex can be a fun and highly sensual way for you to spend some quality, intimate time with your lover from a long distance away. Creativity and imagination go into making this "sex act" possible! If you're afraid of broaching the issue with your significant other, talk dirty face-to-face and see how they react; if their response is one of desire (as it should be), then phone sex can be the next time towards a newfound, pleasurable experience between the two of you.

Long Distance Relationship Advice - How To Make Him -Her Keep Thinking About You At Work

It doesn't matter if you're partner lives in the next city or in a country thousands of miles away, hlong distance relationship can work if you take the extra effort to keep each other connected.

Most long distance relationships don't work because both people haven't really plan out how they would continually stay in touch. Most couples don't choose to be in a relationship because they're in a situation where they are forced to go.

Try to think about your relationship as a long-term foreplay. In your phone conversations or email, tease your partner and make him/her fantasize on what you would do when you're together. When the conversation stops, he/she would daydream about you at work or in her/is dream. Another thing you can do is to play silly games that you would play back in school. For example, you can talk about your top five excuses for coming late for work or how to do animal noises.

A long distance relationship can be a positive experience for you. It makes you think of who you are missing and how valuable they are in your life. You will begin to appreciate more of your loved one.

The most important thing to when you're apart to enjoy your life and keep yourself busy. It's no use of waiting for the telephone to ring or checking your email every hour. There's a lot thing you can enjoy. Also, tell your partner to allow them to do the same thing. Phone conversation will become more interesting and enjoyable because you have more funny or unbelievable stories to tell your partner. All of this can help you become a better person which makes for better relationships.

Sexual Abuse - Sibling

What is sibling sexual abuse? Like all forms of sexual abuse, sibling sexual abuse is an abuse of power. If a more powerful or stronger sibling, bribes or threatens a weaker sibling to engage in sexual activity--albeit the aggressor might be younger--it is sexual abuse. It is abuse because it does not take into consideration the needs or wishes of the victim; rather, it meets the needs of the other person at the victim's expense.

"Incest is both sexual abuse and an abuse of power. It is violence that does not require force. Another is using the victim, treating them in a way that they do not want or in a way that is not appropriate by a person with whom a different relationship is required. It is abuse because it does not take into consideration the needs or wishes of the child; rather, it meets the needs of the other person at the child's expense. If the experience has sexual meaning for another person, in lieu of a nurturing purpose for the benefit of the child, it is abuse. If it is unwanted or inappropriate for her age or the relationship, it is abuse. Incest [sexual abuse] can occur through words, sounds, or even exposure of the child to sights or acts that are sexual but do not involve her. If she is forced to see what she does not want to see, for instance, by an exhibitionist, it is abuse. If a child is forced into an experience that is sexual in content or overtone that is abuse. As long as the child is induced into sexual activity with someone who is in a position of greater power, whether that power is derived through the perpetrator's age, size, status, or relationship, the act is abusive. A child who cannot refuse, or who believes she or he cannot refuse, is a child who has been violated." (E. Sue Blume, Secret Survivors).

The aggressor usually reinforces the sibling trust of the targeted victim, and then violates that trust in order to commit the abuse. The aggressor may use force, the threat of force, bribery, the offer of special attention, or a gift to make the victim keep the abuse secret.

In sibling sexual abuse, the victim and the abuser are siblings, half-siblings, step-siblings or siblings by adoption. As in other forms of sexual abuse, sibling sexual abuse does not involve sexual touching. The aggressor may force two or more children to engage in sexual activity with one another. The aggressor may force the siblings to watch sexual activity or pornographic videos. The aggressor may also abuse them repeatedly watching them dress, shower or using the toilet.

As in any sexual abuse by a family member sibling sexual abuse is harmful for the following reasons:

o The victim feels pressured and trapped by the abuser. This pressure includes bribes, sexual stimulation or physical force. Self-esteem is impacted immeasurably.

o The victim feels betrayed, because someone they expect to love and care for them is harming them in the worst way possible. In addition, because children inherently believe a parent will protect them from all harm, and when they are harmed by a sibling, the victim feels betrayed twice--once by his/her sibling and by their parents. They might even believe that the parents think the abuse is acceptable--further adding to the emotional harm.

o The victim may feel responsible, bad or dirty--thus engendering feelings of guilt, shame and humiliation about their body, sexuality and personhood.

o Sibling abuse causes more damage than abuse by a stranger. This is because children are dependent for years on their families and on parents to keep them safe. Studies of convicted teenage sexual abuse offenders show that the sibling offenders commit more serious abuse over a longer period of time than other teenage offenders. This is so because the victims--brothers or sisters--are readily available, they are available for longer periods and the aggressors are protected by the enforced secrecy.

If you know or suspect that one of your children is being sexually abused by a sibling, you need to make an intervention by contact a professional who specializes in sexual abuse prevention and recovery. If you allow the abuse and secrecy to continue, because you think, 'all children experiment sexually,' or 'it is just a phase, they will grow out of it,' you are no less responsible for the outcome of the sibling sexual abuse than the sibling aggressor. Thus, the damage is on-going rather than short lived. Furthermore, by making an intervention, you are clearly and emphatically stating the behavior is unacceptable and both children are given an opportunity to heal.

Life Coach - Divorce Mediator

When your marriage ends feeling grief is a natural part of the loss of the family structure and the significant relationship, whether the decision was mutual, or thrust upon you--both parties suffer.

Grief has various stages and the intense emotions that occur can make it difficult to make the many decisions that are required.

In my role as a Life Coach, I rely on both my professional knowledge and personal experience--proffering different options and alternatives for the resolution of issues-- to help couples communicate and negotiate effectively--financial, emotional, dividing tangible possessions and co-parenting.

However, we know that emotions can impair the ability to make informed decisions. This is the reason that I also help divorcing people understand and manage the grief process. Grief is relevant in divorce because everyone is vulnerable to it during and after experiencing a major loss.

Many enter the divorce settlement negotiation in the early stages of grief and vacillate between denial and feelings of sadness, anger and wanting to retaliate. Others readily enter into the acceptance stage; they have made peace with the loss of their marriage and are ready to build a new life--therefore sadness, grief, anger and retaliation are absent. Others systematically diminish the uncomfortable feelings attendant to grief through using alcohol, drugs, work, sex and other self-medication. Some diminish the uncomfortable feelings with sleeping pills and/or antidepressants.

Children are impacted by their own grief and by their parents' grief, especially when parents struggle to make informed decisions regarding their children due to theirs and their children's grief--thus everyone experiences a double dose.

As a relationship coach--or in this case a relationship dissolution coach, I help couples understand and manage their sadness, anger and grief so as to lessen its effects on informed decision-making. For example: "I can see how angry you are and in my experience that is very common and normal." This acknowledgement diminishes the intense feelings and enhances their informed decision making.

For those who are recurrently angry, sad and/or seeking retaliation, I continually empathically acknowledge and normalize their grief, anger, sadness or desire to seek retaliation. For those who are self-medicating or visibly stuck in depression, I encourage additional support--such as accountants, financial planners, lawyers and real estate professionals.

No matter their stage of grief most divorcing people are likely to progress toward acceptance when their grief, sadness, anger and retaliation feelings are recognized and acknowledged.

Most divorcing people are also likely to benefit from the increased trust they feel when I empathically recognize their grief, anger, sadness and desire for retaliation.

Children also benefit from recognition of their feelings and this helps parents advance towards acceptance. As parents move past the early and frequently volatile stages of grief, anger and sadness, and make decisions in the best interest of their children, then the children progress more readily through their grief, sadness and anger.

Sex Offenders Use Many Tricks To Lure A Child

An Anthem, AZ man was arrested after a mother called the Maricopa County Sheriff's Office stating a man, who was looking for a baby-sitter, had come on to her 12-year-old daughter.

Michael Whitlow, 26, was arrested on charges of kidnapping and luring a minor for sexual exploitation. He also faces a variety of drug charges.

According to Sheriff's Office spokesman Capt. Paul Chagolla, after the girl's stepfather dropped her off, Whitlow took the girl inside and locked the doors. The girl later said she felt trapped and frightened. She said Whitlow told her he could hardly keep his hands off her. He allowed her to leave without assaulting her, the Sheriff's Office said. Chagolla said Whitlow has admitted wanting to engage her as a sexual partner.

The 12-year old girl's stepfather made a fatal mistake when he dropped his 12-year old step daughter off at Whitlow's home. It is astonishing that an adult would drop a child off at an unknown person's home for any reason. Although, Whitlow did not physically/sexually assault her, the emotional damage as a result of her feeling trapped and frightened is unknown and might not be known for several years. His statement, "...hardly keep my hands off you, you are very attractive; do not tell your parents..." is abuse. In addition, she feared for her life that is abuse.

Although, many adults would not consider this incident sexual abuse, the fact Whitlow made sexual statements toward her fits the criteria for sexual abuse. "If the experience has sexual meaning for another person, in lieu of a nurturing purpose for the benefit of the child, it is abuse. If it is unwanted or inappropriate for her age or the relationship, it is abuse. Incest [sexual abuse] can occur through words, sounds, or even exposure of the child to sights or acts that are sexual but do not involve her. If she is forced to see what she does not want to see, for instance, by an exhibitionist, it is abuse. If a child is forced into an experience that is sexual in content or overtone that is abuse. As long as the child is induced into sexual activity with someone who is in a position of greater power, whether that power is derived through the perpetrator's age, size, status, or relationship, the act is abusive. A child who cannot refuse, or who believes she or he cannot refuse, is a child who has been violated." -E. Sue Blume, Secret Survivors

Sexual Abuse - Sibling, Peer or Cousin - Myths

Myth: If a child is sexually touching a sibling, peer or cousin, it is not sexual abuse.

Many parents/people believe most sexual activity with a sibling, peer or cousin is merely curiosity and not harmful.

A four-year old, whether a boy or girl, who touches a baby brother's penis, while anyone is changing his diaper is showing normal curiosity. However, it is imperative for the adult to gently explain to the sibling that the baby's penis is private and no one is allowed to touch anyone's private parts. You can explain that you need to clean the baby's penis with baby wipes or a wash cloth, which is different than touching it for another reason.

Fact: When a child is a target of sexual activity it is abuse because the child, who is the target, whether a younger or older sibling, cousin or peer experiences abuse, because the targeted child is induced (duped, coerced or tricked) into sexual activity with someone who is in a position of greater power, whether that power is derived through age, size status, or relationship. A child who cannot refuse, or who believes she/he cannot refuse, is a child, who has been sexually violated.

If you suspect or know there is sexual activity being acted on; you need to ask yourself:

Is this a brief display of curiosity? If it is not a brief display of curiosity, it is sexual abuse If you determine it is a brief display of curiosity--explain to both children about appropriate touch and boundaries.

If either child is displaying any of the following characteristics, you need to seek professional help:

Preschool Children:

o Rubbing genital area frequently with seeming intent versus casually touching the genital area.

o Asks questions about sex frequently--even after the question has been answered.

o Shows significant curiosity to watch other family members dressing, undressing, using the commode, or showering.

o Coerces a sibling, peer or cousin to play doctor.

o Pretends to have intercourse by lying on top of a sibling.

o Have a sudden fear of specific things, people, place (bathroom or the room where the abuse took place), etc.

o Act out inappropriate sexual activity or display unusual interest in sexual matters.

o Have temper tantrums, especially coinciding with interactions with visits to places or interaction with a sibling, peer or cousin.

o Display violent behavior such as: kicking, hitting, biting--survivors feel extreme frustration and anger.

o Have mood swings, hitting, withdrawal (abused children often feel alone and helpless and withdraw into a shell), culminating into depression.

o Bed wetting or soiling.

o Experience nightmares--monsters, being chased or bogey men), fear of going to bed or sleepwalking.

o Display physical symptoms of sexual abuse such as genital pain, itching, vaginal bleeding (bloodstains in panties or pajamas), discharge, redness in genital area, or bladder or kidney infections.

o Display unexplained aggressiveness or rebellion.

o Insert objects into genitals/rectum--act out sexual behavior on doll, toys or pets.

Elementary School-Age Children:

Elementary school-age children will display all of the above and:

o Complain about aches and pains, headaches and other psychosomatic ailments.

o Have unusual knowledge and interest in sex beyond developmental level.

o Display adult or sexualized behavior, (walking seductively, adult type flirting, acting and talking like an adult)

o A drop in grades

o Difficulty concentrating--Doctors might diagnoses ADHD or ADD


Teenagers will display all the above and:

o Depression.

o Inability to trust others.

o Act out self-destructive behaviors: alcohol and/or drug use, eating disorders.

o Bathe excessively

o Become excessively secretive

o Develop strategies for protection such as: layering clothes, wearing baggy or safety-pinning clothes or sleeping on the floor or in the closet, under the bed or blocking their door.

o Body piercing--navel, nose, lip, tongue, numerous ear piercing, tattoos.

o Act out pseudo maturity.

o Acquire sexually transmitted diseases.

o Dramatic increase in the frequency of masturbation or masturbation to the point of injury

o Act out promiscuously.

o Experience serious confusion regarding sexual identity.

o An aversion toward opposite sex.

o Sexual interest in children.

Because children often believe the sex offenders threats or feel shame and guilt, they fail to report episodes of sexual abuse. Parents need to be vigilant for signs and symptoms. Do not accept simple, reasonable explanations on these issues. These signs suggest there is something troubling your child, even if it is not sexual abuse. In any case, you need to determine the causes of the behavioral change. Any change in behavior that does not fit normal stages of development is cause for concern and needs to be investigated and resolved.

A Phone Sex Guide for the Best Phone Sex Ever

A phone sex guide? Why do you need a phone sex guide? Don't you just get on the phone and talk dirty? Doesn't it all kinda come naturally? Isn't phone sex kinda cheesy like in the movies? No, not really. Great phone sex can be a lot of fun when you keep some basics in mind, do it with right person and ignore just about every portrayal of phone sex in the movies you've ever seen. Except maybe the scene in The Truth About Cats and Dogs. It also doesn't come naturally for most people, but its a great way to keep a long distance relationship alive or explore a fantasy you've always thought about in a safe, non-judgemental environment.

I do know how to do great phone sex. I do it for a living and love it. I love roleplaying and indulging men's fantasies on the phone. I like to think that I give intelligent phone sex. There's a lot more conversation involved than just moaning and groaning on my end. Of course, I can do that too. But if you want really great, mind-blowing, fun, cum-back-for more erotic phone sex then you have to help. I may be a Goddess, but I can't read minds over the phone!

Here are some of my tips for a great call.

Get Comfy. You're going to be doing some body touching as well as talking so wear something with um "easy access".

Privacy. Unless getting caught in the act is your thing, make sure you are not going to be disturbed. Lock the door, close the windows, indulge when your roommates are out of the house, etc.

Prior Planning. Yup, kinda breaks the spontaneity but if you're calling a professional service, like me, make sure you have enough money in your account before you call. Its a real bummer when you are just about to explode in the orgasm of your life and the operator cuts in to tell you your time is up or you need to add more money.

Talk to Me. Tell me what you want. You don't have to have the whole call scripted out in your mind, but give me an idea of what you're looking for. I love to roleplay but I need to know who you want to play with! Give me an idea of what you're looking for. Do you have a fantasy you've always wanted to play out? Are you looking for a hot and sweaty up-against-the wall quickie?

Make A Date. No matter if you're planning an encounter with your long-distance lover or setting up a session with me you'll have better luck in getting what you want by making a date. I take requests for dates all the time, it makes for a more relaxed time when I know who, when, what and where so I can really blow your mind!

I'm not going to tell you how to talk dirty as that varies from person to person. What turns me on, could turn you cold. This phone sex guide is more to give you some ideas on the practical side so we can have some great phone sex together.