Straight Man Spills All The Details About Being A Gay Phone Sex Operator

Graham Gremore

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A heterosexual father who once worked as a gay phone sex operator is opening about the experience.

“It was at the off-the-wall shit coming out of these people’s mouths,” the man, speaking anonymously, tells Cracked. “I remember, for example, the first time a caller busted out with the word ‘man-pussy.’ I ask, ‘Your what?’ He replies, ‘My man-pussy. You know, my asshole.'”

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The man took the job back in 2000, after responding to classifieds an ad for “actors/actresses wanted” to work at “a nondescript call center” in Miami. It wasn’t until he arrived for the interview that he learned he was auditioning to have sex with strangers over the phone.

Part of the interviewing process included reading the line “I want to eat your big banana” in a sexy voice and with a totally straight face.

“Many of the others auditioning giggled,” the man says. “Each was turned away. But a few others and me managed to do it totally deadpan. That was it–we were hired.”

Once hired, the man had to go through extensive job training.

“We were taught the basics, with emphasis on creating illusions using your voice and getting into character,” he explains. Training also included “professional pointers on how better to simulate a throat-job” and multiple sexual harassment and safety seminars.

“Our bosses repeatedly drilled into us that a serial killer could be targeting us at all times,” he continues. “Keeping us safe was a huge priority, even if only for liability reasons. So we were strictly forbidden from ever making any outside contact with callers or giving them any real information about ourselves. And believe me, there were many callers that tried.”

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Because of FCC regulations surrounding 900 numbers, several words were off-limits for operators.

“Everything was codes and euphemisms,” the man says. “‘Blowjob’ was out, but ‘tongue bath’ was OK. ‘Sex’ was a no-no, so we’d call it ‘wrestling.'” Instead of asking, ‘How big is your dick?’ I’d ask, ‘How tall are you lying down.'”

Customers, however, could say whatever they wanted.

“The actual callers could reply with the most uncensored, filthy stuff they could think of,” he writes. “It was our job to roll with it, and a good amount of the time they didn’t even notice. A little moaning and flirtatious giggling goes a long way.”

The man was eventually fired after arriving late to work.

“One time, I came in 12 minutes late,” he recalls. “When I got there, they already had someone covering my shift, and they told me I was done there. That was that.”

Despite identifying as straight, he says working as a gay phone sex operator opened his mind to the idea of experimenting with other men.

“When you have guys getting off at the sound of your voice, it’s great on your ego, and it’s easy to lose yourself in the role,” he says. “I wouldn’t call myself bisexual. But months into the job, I found myself becoming more and more let’s call it ‘heteroflexible.'”

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