Covered Full Service (CFS)

Last Updated: November 5, 2015

Share this:

Definition - What does Covered Full Service (CFS) mean?

Full covered service is a term used in the sex industry to describe an offering of sexual services during which the client wears a condom. Unlike some others in the sex industry, sex workers who offer full covered service will engage in sexual intercourse only if their clients wear protection.

Full covered service is often abbreviated to the acronym FCS, especially in the menus of sex workers and in the client field reports posted online.

Kinkly explains Covered Full Service (CFS)

Full covered service is similar to full service, and in many instances the two terms are used interchangeably. However, the term full covered service explicitly implies that a condom must be worn during the full service encounter. Most sex workers offering full covered service will refuse a client if he does not wear a condom.

Full covered service ensures measures that help prevent sex workers and their clients from contracting sexually transmitted diseases. Condoms help prevent the spread of a number of STDs, including HIV, genital herpes, chlamydia, syphilis and more.

A condom is always required for sexual intercourse during a full covered service session. It is up to the sex worker whether they also require their clients to wear condoms during oral sex.

Do you need ideas for your next steamy scene? Take our quiz to get a personalized scene built just for you!

If you're just tipping your toe into the world of BDSM, you may be unsure where to even start when it comes to planning out a scene.

We made this quiz to provide you with your next, or first, BDSM scene based on your own tastes and desires!

Email Newsletter

Join thousands receiving hot new sex related articles, goodies, and great deals.