Here, 50 women speak candidly about their first sexting experience, how nudes make them feel, and the unspoken rules. Nudes are not an invention of the digital era — any art museum is proof of that. Neither is dirty talk — just read James Joyce's wildly, er, imaginative letters to his crush. But the Internet sure has encouraged us to take the art of sexting to places our parents could have never imagined. AIM introduced the concept of cyber-flirting. Chatroulette gamified it. Snapchat pulled off a vanishing act. Leaks like Emily Ratajkowski and Kim Kardashian 's confirmed the realities of slut-shaming.
As many people are doing their civic duty and practicing social distancing to try to stop the spread of COVID, one side effect cannot be ignored: everyone is really horny, and seemingly getting hornier by the day. Porn viewership is up, sex toy sales are through the roof, and cam sites are doing well, too. There's an insatiable need for connection—sexual connection, specifically. It is high time for nudes. The act of sending someone nude photos is a salad of risk, vulnerability, and intimacy—some of the most important ingredients of horniness.
Ever been asked to send nudes or sexy selfies? Yeah, who hasn't! Sexting is just one of those things that's going to happen, and there's no point denying it. Instead, the best thing we can do is educate people on how to do it safer, and to only to send nudes or erotic pics if they're really comfortable, and actually want to. When a Reddit user started an AskMen thread asking, "How important are naughty photos for a relationship? I am not talented and I suck at taking photos. Would not wanting to send and share naughty photos be a deal breaker or a turn off for you?
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