Free sex exists kinda the same way free lunch does . . .

Is there such a thing as free sex? Not really, if you ask me. Even unpaid, 100% credit-card-less phone sex between people who are dating/married/etc is only possible because of the time, energy, money, and other incalculable things else “spent” on/in that relationship. Honestly, the only “freebie” that still exists these days would be . . . I don’t know, libraries maybe??

Anyway, what I’m trying to say is this: yes, there are LOTS of things money can’t buy and yes, money isn’t everything . . . but quality phone sex that will blow your mind (and your load) is the kind of personalized service where you really do “get what you pay for.”

Sure, you might use a coupon for buying a thing. In the context of a fancy restaurant, a Groupon is more than appropriate. Opting for “free shipping on orders over $__ on” makes sense.

Do those types of “savings” translate to the individualized, no-limits naughty fun of a phone sex call, though? I don’t know about all the other PSOs out there, but the things I do and say during a no taboos adult chat exist in a whole different economy.

(And hey, a cum tribute is always appreciated, but not going to pay my rent. As you can probably guess.)

What’s better than free sex?

A while back I had a caller who mentioned finding me through an ad I knew had a promo code for 5 free phone sex minutes w/the paid call, but he didn’t mention it while I set up his call.

During our initial “pillow talk” (or as I like to think of it: “foreplay” 😘) I made some comment about noticing this omission. Maybe I said something about how he seemed to have intentionally passed up my advertised special.

Why did I decide to mention it? I don’t know. But for whatever reason, I did. And I’m glad I did because his response was truly priceless:

He explained that he “didn’t want to be a cheap ass and use the five free phone sex minutes because that’s like asking the bartender to ‘make it strong.'”

That analogy really resonated with me and continues to do so, probably because it really does answer the age-old question,”Does Free Sex Exist?” His immediate, earnest answer was really funny. And witty enough to make me laugh and nod my head in enthusiastic approval at the same time. I may have even snapped my fingers while exclaiming “preach!” 📞🗯🙌👏⭐💯💘

I think one of the worst (and particularly untrue) assumptions surrounding the act of paying for sex stems from buying into some (again, false) notion that the addition of something as “crude” or “impersonal” as money to such an intimate exchange makes it “less authentic” or “less real.”

People seem to think when it comes to sex, the value is cheapened the more you’re charged. This couldn’t be further from the truth, in my opinion.