The rule with sexting is that if you don't want everyone to see photos of you, don't send them to anyone. This is good advice, but it's also an "abstinence only" approach. If you decide to go through with it, there are ways to protect yourself. Before we say anything else on the subject: we don't generally recommend sending saucy pics over the internet. We've talked about this before , and our opinion hasn't changed. However, we also know some of you are going to do it anyway—so again, just like sex in the real world, we think it's important to educate you on how to do it safely. This should go without saying, but if you want to remain anonymous in the event your photos end up in the wrong hands, be sure that no one can confirm it's you at a glance. Keeping your face out is obvious.
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Is your phone filled with naked photos of yourself? If so, same. I panic whenever my mom asks to check something on it mostly because of the lack of Hinge notifications, but still. I love taking nudes, and it helps me feel good about my body. There's nothing wrong with sharing these nudes with the world.
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If you've ever sent or received a sext, you're not alone. That number may even be higher now, as the study came out just as Snapchat, then an ephemeral multimedia messaging platform built around disappearing photos and video, was taking off. This is a judgment-free zone. If you want to send a nude and have a willing participant , then send a nude. Human bodies are beautiful!
Skip navigation! Story from Sex Tips. In a perfect world, you'd be able to send all of the sexy photos and videos you want without worrying that your nudes will end up in the wrong hands. Unfortunately, there will always be some risk involved with sexting.