Unlike phone sex lines, the users on a chatline are not professional phone sex operators (PSOs).Foul language and sexual references are prohibited on recorded greetings and private messages.I mean when ask someone a question you can tell sometimes by the sincerity in thier voice if they are telling the truth.
Both male and female callers dial in and through a common access number.
As soon as a caller is connected into the system, he is prompted to record his name and a brief greeting describing himself and what he is looking for.
The phone systems will usually allow users hear a chatline greeting example so the caller can get an idea of what he is expected to say.
Profanity and sexual references are typically not allowed, the chatline moderator's job is to listen and approve every greeting that is recorded.
If they started to charge women, I'm sure that would increase to about 1700:1. I've met some really nice guys on the chatline and on internet and some more questionable ones.
It's actually a miracle that people of the opposite sex ever do get together : DAnd I think one of the biggest problems (and it probably revolves around the safety issue) is that women on phone chat lines, for the most part, are just looking for a little fantasy. It's not really much different than meeting someone in a bar or other social outing.
I've been on both and each has its share of crazed people I guess its just what you prefer.
The ratio of men to women on phone chat lines is probably around 80:1.
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