A rare, completely honest look behind the provocative advertisements and 970 prefixes that have come to symbolize an American obsession. Kathleen K. ran a phone sex company in the late '80s, and she opens up her diary for a very thought-provoking peek at the life of a phone sex operator and reveals a number of secrets and surprises. Because far from being a sleazy, underground scam, the service Kathleen provides goes straight to the heart of the American sexual zeitgeist. Transcripts of actual conversations are included.
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Kathleen K. is a popular phone sex operator, and now she reveals a number of secrets and surprises.From The New Yorker:
This is definitely one of those rarefied sex-books that somehow blurs the line between fiction and fact and creates its own small genre.
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Book Description Masquerade Books, 1997. Paperback. Book Condition: New. 2nd Rev. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX1563335166