To have great phone sex, you need to let loose, stop being self-conscious, and be ready to get turned on, no matter how silly you may feel at first. Steps Preparing 1 Set up a phone date. While it's true that, as with any other kind of sex, phone sex can "just happen", the session is more likely to go well if you've planned ahead, especially if it's your first time doing it together.
Pick a time when you're both alone and free to let your inhibitions loose. If your partner is new to phone sex or feeling unsure, consider sending them this article, or reading it together. Don't forget that you can always discuss what you'd like to do during phone sex before you start.
It will be difficult for you to enjoy yourselves if you feel tense or silly, so before you call, do whatever you need to do to get yourself comfortable and feeling sexy. Lie in bed for a while, browse the internet, have a glass of wine, jog on the spot, do a silly song and dance in front of the mirror -- anything that will allow you to release the tension from your body.
Get in the mood: Setting up a sexy atmosphere can help put you in the right frame of mind, so consider doing whatever you'd do to prepare for any other kind of sex. Here are some ideas: Tidy up your room and make the bed Dim the lights, perhaps set up some candles Play soft music Have a bath or shower and a shave, if you like Think of a role play to spice up the call you two skinny dipping, etc.
Put on or take off! Part 2 Having Phone Sex 1 Begin the call. Once you have your partner on the phone, take things at a speed you're both comfortable with. There's no "correct" way to have phone sex. If it helps you relax, spend a few minutes chatting before you get started A low, soft tone of voice or heavy breathing can help set the mood, but don't force it if doing so is unnatural for you: Getting started is possibly the hardest part, especially if it's your first time!
Pick a topic that's easy for you to bring up, but which has the potential to spiral into steamier territory. How much you miss them, or wish they were with you What you would like to do if they were with you What you're wearing and how you look in it What you're doing Ask your partner to describe any of the above to you 3 Escalate into sexy talk.
Once you have the ball rolling and you're feeling comfortable, try getting bolder with your descriptions, or bring up new, sexier topics.
A good approach is to describe, or ask your partner to describe, the following three things: Describe how you look and the way you're touching yourself. Be as coy or as raunchy as you like! Ask for "advice" -- for example, "should I start playing with my underwear? Don't feel bad if you're not comfortable with touching yourself -- you can still let them know that you're enjoying simply listening to them. This could be, for example, what you'd like to be doing with your partner, a moment from great sex the two of you have had in the past, or a mental image of what they're describing to you.
You might want to start out slow: Moaning is a great way to communicate how good you're feeling. However, there's no need to to do this if you're not comfortable with it. You can start with just letting your breath go at first, to help bring out little moans into louder moans.
Let them know when they've described or done something you really enjoyed. Likewise, don't be afraid to tell them when you don't enjoy something -- it'll allow the two of you to move on to something else that you'll both find enjoyable.
Mutual masturbation and orgasm are excellent additions to phone sex, but they're not a requirement by any means. Don't feel bad if your partner doesn't join you in masturbating. If you don't want to masturbate alone, ask them before you start if they'd be interested in joining you. Likewise, don't get anxious if they start masturbating and you don't want to -- you're not obligated to join them. Just enjoy listening to them pleasure themselves. Don't worry if one or both of you fail to reach orgasm.
Think of it as the icing on the cake, rather than the goal of the exercise. If you reach orgasm before your partner is ready to stop, don't go quiet! Continue talking to them, describing what you're feeling and imagining. The point at which you decide to stop is up to you.
There's no need to wait for orgasm -- or, indeed, to stop just because you've both come. There's no rule as to how quickly you should end the call after finishing. Some people prefer ending the call as soon as their breathing has gone back to normal, whereas others prefer to stay on the line and chat. Let your partner know how much you enjoyed yourself before you end the call.