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Phone Sex Is Safe Sex…If You’re Careful

Phone sex, once the subject of snickers and desperation, has now become so mainstream that it seems everyone is doing it. Now that cell phones and internet mean that we can be reached anywhere, anytime, keeping the phone sex hot is easier than ever.

But if you’re playing the phone sex field and having your fun with lots of different partners, you should be paying attention to safety. Yes, phone sex is the ultimate “safe sex” in that nobody gets pregnant, and nobody can possibly contract an STD…but if you’re having phone sex with partners you don’t know well, you should be wary of the real-world implications.

Most people are already very aware of how to be careful on the internet. Some basic rules of thumb include not giving out your full name or your address, not offering any identifiable pieces of information, such as names of your children or the town you live in, and basically keeping everything “close to the vest” until you know someone well enough to tell them more.

But when it comes to phone sex, many people throw caution to the wind. Perhaps the sound of a person’s voice implies more intimacy and closeness than the words on a computer screen. Maybe someone speaking to you can gauge your tone and knows how to push for just the right information. Whatever the reasons, the safety rules for phone sex fun aren’t nearly as clear-cut as those for internet play – but they should be.

How can you stay safe while playing the phone sex field?

Keep in mind the basics. Don’t give your caller your full name – if you can stick to an alternate version of your name, or a nickname, that’s even better. Don’t tell them where you live. Giving your general location is fine, but don’t be specific. Don’t tell your phone sex partner the names of your family members, the kind of car you drive, or where you work – again, it comes down to staying very vague.

The most important point that many phone sex lovers forget is the phone number itself. Purchase a disposable cell phone or a “pay as you go” phone, one that has no trace back to you. Do not give out your home number under any circumstances, and avoid giving out your regular cell phone number. The disposable number means that the person you are talking with can’t trace you, and if they ever start to harrass you with too many phone calls, you can always just let the minutes on your phone expire and never have to hear from them again.

Once you become closer with someone and decide you want to know more, then go ahead – trust your instincts. But in the beginning, your phone sex partners don’t need to know anything about you other than how good you are at talking dirty!

About Denise Brienne

Confident, fun, well-rounded and sexy. Those are words that describe author Denise Brienne, a thirty-something woman who has a knack for giving the best advice to those who want to spice up their intimate relationships.

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