Safety Tips For Sexting


If you ever felt like your sexual needs are being answered, then maybe it’s time you try sexting. It will open the door to a whole new sexual experience that you might not have known existed!


Sexting was a thing back in the days, but it wasn’t nearly as exciting. What you got were pixelated and grainy nudes, and that’s far, far from being sexy. Nowadays, though, you can enjoy real-time sexting experience and HD images. It explains why 30% to 60% of teenagers and adults have admitted to having tried sexting of some forms.


Despite the excitement of sexting, there’s always a risk associated with it. Your messages can be leaked and your nudes and videos can be released on the internet. This problem runs rampant on the internet, and you need to make sure that you know the safety precautions for sexting before you do it. And that’s exactly what we’re here for!


Try Not to Surprise Anyone

Sending your dick pics to a random stranger isn’t sexting, it’s sexual harassment, and you MUST NEVER do it. Despite what you think of your junk, it’s not something everybody wants to see. Sext; like regular sex, must be consensual. If you have the idea to do something sexual to your sexting partner, you need to be sure that they are on the same page. If you send a dick pic to someone who’s not ready, chances are, those pics and texts are going to be leaked.


Don’t Sext Someone You Don’t Trust

Again, you need to know that your sexting partner actually wants to engage in the act as much as you do. You need to be able to trust them, so it’s a good idea to just chat with them for a while, and it might actually be a good idea to only sext someone you know. Make sure you respect their privacy and make sure that your partner respects yours. It’s the only way to make sure that you both are safe!


Wait Until You’re Established

If you are sexting with your spouse or a long-time dating partner, you don’t have much to worry about. On the other hand, if you’re sexting the hunk on tinder with 14 other matches, chances are your chat is going to be leaked. It’s not hard to understand that those who care for your reputation and won’t harm you by releasing your nudes on the internet. If possible, just sext someone you know.


Don’t Send a Sext You Don’t Absolutely Want to Send

If you are pressured into sexting, you must not do it. Only engage sexting with someone you feel absolutely comfortable with and only when you feel like you’re up for it. It doesn’t matter if it’s your boyfriend or spouse, if they force you to send nudes and promiscuous texts, you should stay away from them.


Crop Out Your Face

As a safety precaution, you shouldn’t allow your face or a clearly visible and distinguishable tattoo or mark to be present in any nude you send. This way, you can always deny any allegation of it being your nude if it was ever leaked.

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