What is sexting?

Sexting, or "sex texting," involves sending sexually explicit or sexually suggestive messages, emojis, and images to a partner. Sexting can be used as a way to flirt when you're apart, or even to get things flowing when you're together. When sexting, it is important to be aware of how and where your partner uses their phone. It's one thing to send a teasing text message that may get inadvertently read by your partner's co-worker. It's another thing entirely to send nude photos that could get your partner in trouble with their boss (or their roommates).

Research shows that people with avoidant or anxious attachment styles may be more likely to participate in sexting. Anxiously attached people may use sexting as a way to feel close to a partner when they aren’t around. Avoidant people may use sexting to receive gratification while keeping a sexual partner at an arm's length.

It's also important to be aware of your own privacy when you sext. Sexting isn't something you should do with someone you don't trust implicitly. Remember, most phones allow individuals to capture and save screenshots of whatever is on the screen, in addition to just directly forwarding a message. Therefore, think about whether you'd be okay with someone other than your partner seeing your sexts, as well as whether you trust your partner not to share them.

If you are tring to find people to sext with, try online sex chat sites. They are usually free and full of horny people looking to have fun online. Just remember you need to be 18 or older to enter these types of sites.


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