‘Awful’ discussions drove her off males, according to a student who worked as a phone sex operator.

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‘Awful’ discussions drove her off males, according to a student who worked as a phone sex operator.

The unnamed 21-year-old claims she was paid £5 per hour and found the phone conversations ‘weird,’ as guys wanted her to act like a schoolgirl.

To pay her bills, a university student admits to working as a phone sex operator for £5 an hour.

The anonymous 21-year-old utilized the money to pay for her studies at Edinburgh University, but was frightened by the “creepy” talks.

She’d joined the sex line to make quick cash after an exhausting bar job – all she needed was a phone to work the nasty job.

“At first, I logged in to the phone line and would get a call every five to ten minutes, and the calls would only last a few minutes,” she told the Mirror.

“Either I’d get someone who was getting off the phone and making noises, or I’d get someone who was requesting me to say stuff.”

When callers stayed on the line, she got 11p per minute at initially, and this rose as the length of the call increased.

Some guys simply wanted to talk, and their discussions may last up to an hour – costing the buyer roughly £100, although the chat line pocketed the most of the money.

She made £800 in two months, but she eventually found the calls unsettling.

While the requests were first amusing – she had to restrain herself from chuckling – they quickly became sinister.

Men allegedly began requesting that she speak and act like a child.

“The more I did it, the more men would say things like ‘you sound incredibly young’ and ‘you are underage,'” she explained. “Do you want the milk from the bottle?” they’d ask. Many others inquired about her activities at school, behind the bike sheds, and about a classmate who was “wearing small pink underpants.” The phone sex operator claimed the discussions were “terrible” and had a negative impact on her perception of males. She’s only dating ladies now.

She also regrets taking the job, and she eventually quit, but not before the sound of her own ringtone made her jump.

“The firm said I could hang up if it was explicit paedophilia,” the woman said, “but it wasn’t deemed explicit paedophilia if it was something like ‘do you have a bottle or a dummy’ or ‘are you in your big girl training bra’.”

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