Hands up who has not stepped out of the shower, stood in front of a mirror and taken a selfie of any body part and sent it to a lover or total stranger. At first I was confused, not really sure what it was, then I gasped in shock and felt slight repugnance. And preferably on the man so a context is created, which is helpful in gaining more cues about who this person is. According to research done by USA Today, 32 percent of single straight men admitted to sending a DP: 61 percent because they were asked for one, 45 percent said they wanted to turn the other person on, 39 percent to flirt and 39 percent to get the other person to send one back. The remaining 40 percent sent a DP without being asked for one and the majority of women had the same negative reaction to receiving unsolicited pics — yuck!
Sexting is just one of those things that's going to happen, and there's no point denying it or trying to stop people from sending their sexy tests. The best thing we can do is educate people on how to do it safer, and to empower them only to send nudes or erotic pics if they're really comfortable, and actually want to. A Reddit user recently started an AskMen thread asking, "How important are naughty photos for a relationship? I am not talented and I suck at taking photos.
To conduct the studyJohnstonbaugh, a sociology doctoral student, had more than 1, college students from seven universities fill out an online survey asking them about their rationale for sexting. But the odds were four times higher for women than men to say that they sent a nude in order to prevent the recipient from losing interest or to prevent the person from looking at images of others. I sent one. Women were twice as likely as men to say they sent a sexy pic to boost their confidence. So sometimes, sending nudes is a way to assert sexual agency.
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