Sexting Done Right: 8 Rules for the Sexter in You

Sexting Done Right: 8 Rules for the Sexter in You

We’ve come to a point in time where sexting is no longer shameful but a normal (and yes, somewhat expected) part of relationships. As long as you’re not James Franco or a politician (seriously, what is wrong with the people we have in our government?), then there is absolutely nothing wrong with a little sexting from time to time. People have been sharing nude photos with their hunnies for ages, just without the technology of smartphones and instant internet access. Now I’m not saying go ahead and send dick pics to everyone in your contacts the next chance you get but if you and your boo are committed to one another, what’s the harm in sending them a few naughty photos? I know what some of you are thinking: Sexting?! What?! No way!! If those pictures got out, that could ruin my social life, my academic life, and my future career. Well, you’re right, but here are some rules to follow if you decide you want to risk the exposure (pun intended) and send some sexts:

  1. Ask yourself: ‘Do I trust this person?’ If the answer is yes, then go ahead and shed your clothes for that sexy selfie; if the answer is no, then put your phone back in your pocket and leave your clothes on.
  2. Don’t show your face if you’re unsure. The photo can basically never be tracked to you (unless you have some very noticeable tattoo or piercing, or you’re being tracked by the FBI) if you don’t show your face. A picture of your body is plenty revealing enough, so if you don’t want to, keep your face out of the photo.

Follow the link for the rest of the rules!

 

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