Why Phone Sex Beats Porn?

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It’s a bold statement to make – admittedly so. But it is true, phone sex most definitely beats porn in almost every single aspect. Well…almost! Before continuing on it seems appropriate to highlight right from the start that, indeed, there is one glaringly obvious drawback for phone sex in this argument.

Phone Sex

Phone sex isn’t exactly free. Yet these days there is a multitude of free hors d’oeuvres available on the filthy platter that is the world of online porn sites.Of course, for the premium stuff you do have to pay for pornography, but there are many costless options available. Phone sex, the good stuff at least, may set you back a few dollars, but it’s totally worth it and much better than finding your fix alone with a video and box of tissues.

Let us explain why…

Introduction to Phone Sex

Phone sex allows two people to connect when not in person, to simulate some sort of connection or sexual activity. This can happen over long distances or within your locality, depending on the service you choose. Naughty conversations with other like-minded and consenting adults are a great way to relax, unwind and get the frisky fix you need. (Hat-tip to The Big Fling for this excellent description, see https://www.thebigfling.com/phone-sex/ for more.)

It is hard to say for sure when phone sex was invented or when the first call took place, but this phenomenon definitely caught speed towards the end of the 20th century. It operates on a pay-per-minute scheme where the charges are, in most cases, simply added to your regular phone bill. You can either phone a professional sex line and talk to a ‘performer’ or get in touch with someone lonely-and-looking for some fun too.

What Happens on a Typical Call?

Every call is different and as people we all have different preferences too. But the basis of most phone sex calls will involve describing and stimulating sexual acts and fetishes over the telephone. Again, this can be done in lots of ways, including:

As mentioned, what happens on a call will vary from couple to couple, but calls are always enjoyed in a safe and comfortable environment.

Is Phone Sex for Singles Only?

Not at all! Many married couples and partners enjoy phone sex – especially if they are apart at long distance for a period of time. Of course, this doesn’t require a phone sex service to operate or perform as married couples will already have each other’s cell numbers! So strictly speaking, phone sex lines are mainly aimed at singles (that doesn’t mean you can’t be attached and naughty though!).

Who Needs an Introduction to Porn?

The answer is probably not many, if not no one at all. Porn has been a part of society almost anywhere in the world for decades, if not longer. From the earliest of smut magazines (and possibly back to Neanderthal times if you believe what you read) to the high-resolution videos that are so readily available online today – almost everyone has accessed porn at least once in their lives.

Online Porn > Magazine Porn

In truth, magazine porn is no way near as popular or as available as it once was. There was once a time when the nearest you ever got to seeing porn was if you bought/found/borrowed/stole/stumbled upon a Playboy magazine that you were most definitely just hiding for a friend. Nowadays, almost every type of porn you can imagine is available at your fingertips via a smart phone – instantly. Just like the video killed the radio star, it also killed the magazine centerfold star!

Solo Mission

Porn is something that is often enjoyed by couples or as part of sexual activity between two people. This can be a fun, frisky and exciting addition to both new and existing relationships. Therein lies the problem though, the relationship is required first, and the other person must be present to experience the fun. It is much easier and much safer calling a phone line for a guaranteed filthy conversation, than it is to convince a strange to come back and watch porno with you. Trust us (not that we’ve tried)!

Two is Always Better than One

So, we’ve established something that was pretty obvious from the start anyway – porn is something you usually enjoy or observe alone. For most people anyway! Where is the fun in that? Listening to a porn star talk dirty on a video does not provide the same rush you experience when talking dirty to someone who is directing the kinky chat solely towards you.

It’s both of your fantasies being lived out and coming to a climax together, in the safety and comfort of your own chosen surroundings. If you don’t like what you hear or it’s just not working for you, hang up. It’s as simple as that – no harm done and no awkward goodbyes after a dinner date.

Can Porn Be Dangerous?

There are many scientists and believers out there with the viewpoint that pornography is violent, degrading and occasionallyconnected to serious crimes such as trafficking.Whether or not that is true is a long debate and one that we are not going to resolve here. But what is certain is that phone sex does not have such links to illegal activities or anything of that sort.

What is also true is that pornography can be addictive – especially those sites that offer regular daily updates of free-stream content. This addiction can fuel anxiety, depressionand leave viewers feeling even lonelier than before. In young teenagers it can also warp the idea and healthy views of sex, subjecting and objectifying women in the process.

The Final Verdict is Yours

Ultimately, whether or not phone sex is for you will depend on – well – you! It isn’t for everyone and neither is pornography. You may not like either! You will not know until you try though. As mentioned earlier, it is pretty safe to say that almost everyone over the age of 18 these days has seen at least one porn video. The same can’t be said, perhaps, for the amount of people who have tried a phone sex service.

Give it a go, especially if you have never done so before, if anything it is a lot of fun and a good giggle too. You never know, it might just be your thing!

This article is for educative purposes only and not to be substituted for professional medical advice.