Sex + Texting = Sexting
I don’t know about you, but when it comes to phone sex, I get nervous. I mean, I have to think of the right things to say and the right sounds to make without being too awkward. Which is why I was so ecstatic when sexting was invented. It lessens the load of feeling embarrassed by saying the naughtiest of things. Plus, getting raunchy thoughts across by the use of your fingers is more up my alley. And I’m not just the only one. According to research done in 2015, up to 88 percent of adults are sexting. If you’re not in that number but want to get down with the program, you should know the rules:
- Start off with a tease then work your way up to intense sexts.
- Don’t sext anyone you’ve never had sex with. It’s important to know what he/she likes and be familiar with their comfort level.
- Be direct. Make sure your message is coming across clearly so no one is confused and he/she knows exactly where you want to put what.
- Type. Proofread. Send. Repeat. Autocorrect can be the worst when you tell your beau that you wanna “duck” instead of…you know.
If you need a crash lesson on what to send, here are some examples…