So You Want To Be A PSO? What You Need To Know About Sex

Continuing along in the What You Need To Know series…

In Part One, we covered how being a phone sex operator is different than talking dirty with your own lover. However, it still is talking about sex.

A lot of different forms of sex and fetishes.

And not always for fantasy reasons either. Or at least not such obvious ones, anyway.

A great number of callers prefer to talk about their fetish or fantasy, but not in terms of role play or an erotic story. Sometimes they prefer to hear about your fantasies. And very often they ask about the fantasies of your other callers.

Some of these calls are more like counseling; callers want reassurance they are “normal.” But many times the caller is getting off on talking about a specific kink, what makes it work, etc. Or they are voyeurs, living through the calls and fantasies of others.

Whether your callers are in need of comfort and understanding, want to get off listing to what gets others off, or desire erotic role play entertainment, a PSO needs to understand and be comfortable discussing the wide range of human sexuality. You’ll need to know a lot about basic sex, kinky sex, fetishes — and how each affects the mightiest of all sex organs, the brain. Since you won’t actually be able to pick up a limp dick and suck it to life, you’ll need to know how to use your words to stroke the caller’s brain and get him hard or interested in stroking his own cock. This includes knowing when to be “shocked” so as to feed their fantasies.

If it sounds like a tall order that’s because it is.

So start reading and learning all you can about human sexuality. (I’ve listed some books in the Phone Sex Secrets Store and I’ll be adding more too.) Even “taboos” and sex you don’t find particularly arousing. Because you will run into it.

Once you feel you have a pretty good understanding of human sexuality from a clinical or psychological point of view, you now need to take a look at it from an erotic one; read erotic works. Don’t forget to read erotica and fiction that’s outside your personal sexual comfort zone.

While you’re reading, try to notice when and how an author is using points you read in your non-fiction human sexuality reading — manipulating specific hot spots via the story telling.

Then go back and read some more human sexuality books. Then more erotic fiction. Even the most experienced phone sex operators know the value of such reading and do so as continuing education for their career.

While a lot of this reading can be done on the web, often for free, I do suggest getting a few paperbacks too. This way you can make notes easily. And when you find yourself with a regular caller with a specific fetish or kink, you’ll have some reference to refer to as needed. (Most of us do not make the most of our online bookmark organization to find what we need to find fast.)

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