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Alicia Cox Thomson May 6, Things are getting hot, so you decide, why not?
You remove some clothes, check your angles, and—click! And to be clear, there is nothing wrong, bad or dirty about sending or receiving a consensual sext. Sext-shaming is just as negative as slut-shaming. And what even happens to your saucy pics once you hit send?
Sexting is the act of sharing intimate or explicit images featuring nudity or sexual acts via digital distribution. Not to be confused with phone sex, which is talking through sex acts yes, actual talking on the phonesexting can vary from sending a peekaboo nip slip to an ejaculation video, and everything in between. The important thing to remember is that, like all sexual acts, sexting must be consensual between two adults to be legal. Read on for tips on how to protect yourself and your images.
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This can be a tough one—for some, being tipsy is the only way sexting makes sense. The confidence that can come after a night spent flirting, drinking and dancing is potent. Nor do you want to accidentally sext the wrong person! If your camera automatically backs up over wi-fi, turn off the wi-fi before sending a sext, especially if you share a Google Photos. Her grandpa sent her a text telling her! I died from embarrassment-by-association. Using an app to sext is very common, but do you know what apps save what, and where? You can deactivate all these options easily in the app settings.
It also contains the time, date, place if you have Location turned on and your IP address—the latter is what links the picture to your phone. This is important for anyone who use has a mobile phone so, like, just about everyone.
There are two simple things you can do to combat the potential of hackers getting their hands on your nudes: Keep your apps up to date and change your password often. Illustration: Joel Louzado. What is sexting? Turn off iCloud or Google Photos If your camera automatically backs up over wi-fi, turn off the wi-fi before sending a sext, especially if you share a Google Photos. Know how your apps work Using an app to sext is very common, but do you know what apps save what, and where? Read this next: How Outlander Reinvented My Sex Life Make sure your phone is secure This is important for anyone who use has a mobile phone so, like, just about everyone.
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