Let $C$ and $S$ be abbreviations for $\cosh$ and $\sinh$, and consider the following function:

$$f(x,y) = \int_{-y\le r+l \le y} \frac{ (C(x)S(l)C(r) - C(l)S(r))(C(x)C(l)S(r)-S(l)C(r)) } {(C(x)C(l)C(r) - S(l)S(r))^2-1} dl dr$$

If $y=\infty$, this specializes (I think!) to $4\mathcal{L}(1/C^2(x/2))$ where $\mathcal{L}$ is the Rogers dilogarithm (maybe some constants and factors are missing). The question is whether the function $f$ is studied anywhere. References would be appreciated.

Note: This function arises as the volume of a certain region in the unit tangent bundle of a hyperbolic surface; therefore I am not looking for an answer which just translates it back into its geometric origin.