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24th Apr 2013

Hello, Operator! Revealed: How To Have Non-Awkward Phone Sex In 5 Simple Tips

Hang up on shyness with these helpful tips...

Rebecca McKnight

Phone sex – yes, it can be a little embarrassing but if you’ve ever been away from your other half for an extended period of time, you’ll know that it does have it uses.

For most of us, having a naughty natter via phone is more awkward than sexy, however, if it’s done right it can be a pleasurable experience for you and your fella.

Here are a few simple tips to help you have phone sex like a pro. Hang up on shyness and start seducing…

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Lower your voice to create a sexy atmosphere

Tip #1: Get comfortable and turn down the lights
The darker the room is the more you’ll be able to focus on what your partner is whispering to you on the other end of the line. Also, for some reason, darkness helps us to losen up and lose our inhibitions. So get those lights down low and go for it!

Tip #2: Make sure you dial the right number
This sounds like a no-brainer but if you’re super nervous about what’s going to happen, you could slip up and accidentally end up calling your Mammy instead of your man. Take a few deep breaths and double check that number – the last thing you want is an embarrassing slip up.

Tip #3: Close your eyes and lock the door
You’ll want to lock the door for obvious reasons. It also helps to close your eyes so you can picture the scene when your man is getting descriptive.

Tip #4: Lower your voice and talk softly
Start off the conversation in your normal tone of voice but gradually drop the volume so your man has to strain to hear what you’re saying. The more effort he has to put in to hear you clearly, the more he’ll get drawn into the conversation. Also there’s nothing sexier than a low, breathy voice.

Tip #5: Slow things down
When we’re nervous or excited we have the tendency to speak faster than usual, however rabbiting on during a phone sex session will upset the mood. Instead make it a point to speak slowly and to relax. Remember: this is all about building anticipation, so take your time.