Tips for Sexting and Sending Erotic Photos

by Raunchy Republic Manager on February 18, 2013

In the ‘new media’ age it has become extremely common for people to send erotic pictures to their sexual partners or during the flirting stage of a new relationship. The decision to send revealing photos via SMS messages, email or other internet communication platforms may seem inconsequential at the time however there is a saying “what happens on the internet exists forever”. So here are a few steps to protect yourself from possible humiliation or worseblackmail – in the future.

  • If you have any tattoos don’t let them become visible in pictures (or videos for that matter). Tattoos will identify you almost exclusively now and in the future. This goes for distinct piercings too.
  • As with tattoos physical scars or marks can give your identity away to anyone who knows you. Friends today may not be friends tomorrow.
  • Think about the background and surroundings in your photos. Do they give the location away (is it clearly in your house for example)?
  • Shouldn’t need to mention this tip but don’t show your face!
  • Assume ever person you know will see the photos. Could they tell it was you? If there is even a chance they might don’t send that picture!

Modern day flirting has moved with the times and provocative comunication is now a well established part of everyday life via these new mediums. But don’t let a moment of passion or arousal become the most regretted moment of your life. Receiving erotic pictures can be very arousing and is certainly an effective way of getting and keeping the attention of someone you are interested in so don’t be frightened off. Just be careful.

If you really want to take it up a notch consider using sex toys in your photos! This can send the target of your affections into a spin and trigger their sexual fantasies with you in mind. Using sex toys this way shows a confidence and a vibrant sexuality that is alluring to just about everyone with warm blood coursing through their veins.

If someone forwards you a copy of a sexualised image think long and hard about keeping it or forwarding it any further. If you can’t be sure of the age of anyone in the photos you may in fact be in possesion of or forwarding child pornography. Some legal jurisdictions will prosecute minors for this even if the picture is of themselves because they are underage. Ignorance is no excuse in the eyes of the law – be careful.

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