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phone sex

Sexology Telephone conversations in which references to sexual acts are made by one party to the other for erotic stimulation. Cf Telephone scatologia.
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The Dubai Appeal Court commuted the 36-year-old Jordanian visitor's ten-year imprisonment to three years after his lawyer Saeed Al Gailani argued that the Emirati girl (above the age of 14) had enjoyed phone-sex with his client for almost one year before she willingly invited him to her bedroom.
She used to please herself and enjoyed phone-sex with him for a year.
Running a phone-sex business gives mothers flexibility, and the benefit of choosing their own hours and staying home to be closer to their kids.
Attached to the boxes were phone receivers that the viewer picked up to hear phone-sex monologues, mostly along the lines of the lesbian variety.
City employees are making thousands of dollars' worth of calls at taxpayer expense to phone-sex lines and foreign countries, despite new efforts to cut abuse, according to a Los Angeles city controller's report released Thursday.
These opening scenes set the panting, febrile tone of a movie that romanticizes Gary and his world of all-night doughnut shops and phone-sex office work to the nth degree.
Billboards advertising alcohol, tobacco or phone-sex services would be banned in much of Lancaster under a series of ordinances being enacted by the city.
It's also a sports-management firm, a real estate business and a phone-sex service.
That nonjudgmental worldview permeates the action as various hookers, gamblers, wanna-be screenwriters, psychotic pimps and lonely phone-sex customers pass before us, stoically shouldering the brutal blows life deals them.
A judge dismissed spousal rape charges against a Los Angeles County sheriff's deputy Thursday, but ordered him to stand trial on charges that he raped a Calabasas phone-sex operator.
The rise of the phone-sex industry has since inspired the phone-sex novel, Nicholson Baker's ``Vox'' in 1992.