No sign up just sext
A seductive underwear shot will be far more effective at stimulating the recipient’s fantasies than a shot that leaves nothing to the imagination.
Which leads me to what might be the most important rule of all: Guys, no one wants an unsolicited dick pic!
Who knows if it was actually true, but it was effective.
The sexts were short and sweet: “Just came imagining you bouncing on top of me,” or whatever. No one wants to hear about how bad you want to “duck” them, or how you’re in bed touching your “clot.” I also personally feel like a bit of humor helps.
They’ve been around for a very long time, because nude photos are great, and we’re not going to stop taking or sharing them anytime soon. To state the obvious: When sending a nude, don’t include your face, or any distinguishing features like birthmarks and tattoos (unless you’re covered in tattoos, then I guess fuck it).
Of course, once you’re in a serious relationship, it’s sort of inevitable that you and your partner are going to have incriminating pics of each other on your phones. And make sure there’s nothing embarrassing in the frame behind you—the used condoms on your nightstand, for example.
Sexting is generally something that’s rampant at the beginning of a relationship, but eventually loses steam.
In a long-term relationship, it’s easy to neglect the small, everyday erotic gestures—flowers, random make-outs at the movies—that make a world of difference in maintaining your erotic dialogue.
But please, we need Sending a pic of just the shaft is the equivalent to a girl sending you a zoomed-in image of just her clit. Include at least one other part of your body in the frame, preferably your torso, rather than the unfortunate classic: the dick and feet.
The first time I got a phone with photo capabilities, when I was 23, I sent photos of my boobs to everyone I wanted to sleep with, with mixed to negative IRL results. But this was a pre-Weiner, pre-hack time, when we were not yet versed in the risks and etiquette of naked selfies.
Since then I’ve learned that it’s usually best not to send nudes to someone who hasn’t already seen you naked. This isn’t a gyno exam—no one needs to see your cervix.
But if you’re in the beginning of something real, an unwanted dick pic is a turn off.” Molly also upholds a careful separation of sext and work.
“I generally hold back from sexting with anyone I have a professional overlap with, and in New York, when you work in a creative field, that encompasses a lot of people.