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You can only talk to one person at a time; if someone is speaking to someone else or not dialed in, you can leave a voice-mail with your ID number.There is nothing to stop users from making arrangements to meet in person. J., men were indicted on sexual-assault charges for allegedly having sex with two sisters, ages 12 and 14, they met via a phone-chat service – which was not named.The message is added to a loop of messages, which teens listen to and then contact each other one-on-one.While on the line, users punch in ID numbers of people they want to talk to.The older girl had talked several times with one of the men on the phone before inviting him to her home.Heather Stevenson, a spokesperson for Voice Web, The Loup’s Santa Monica, Calif.-based parent company, said it has not been contacted by the police regarding the case.
Indeed, people consider cybersex to have a high degree of psychological reality—but many do not consider it to be consider it to be infidelity.The Loup also operates in Los Angeles, Philadelphia, Seattle and Phoenix and says it has more than 700,000 users.TALK OF THE TOWN * Barney Charles, 17, Brooklyn: “I used to use The Loup to meet girls, but I stopped because I didn’t like it.” * Tyrell Escoffrey, 14, Brooklyn: “I use it a few times a week to talk to girls, but haven’t met any in person.” * Frances Vicioso, 14, Brooklyn: “My parents don’t care that I use The Loup.An alternative to Internet chat rooms, The Loup, and similar teen telephone networks, are now the controversial pastime of more than 50,000 New York-area teenagers.
In New York, teens are signing up to The Loup at a growth rate of 15 percent to 20 percent a month, said company officials.“I love you, you love me, come on and give me some –.