Do's and Don'ts of Sexting

Sexting is a great way to add spice and fun to your relationship.

Want to send off some hot messages to your partner but don’t know where to start? Consider these sexting do’s and don’ts.

Don’t show your face!
This is the most important take away tip for you to know! As we have seen with celebrities, politicians, and athletes, having your face accompanied with your sexy bits can be damaging. Save yourself the stress by taking faceless shots. Get close ups of your hot spots instead.

Check that contact
Make sure that you’re sending your message to the right person.

Double check and triple check the name because sending “Mom” instead of “My Love” a seductive message could end in huge embarrassment or unwanted questions.

Text as you would speak
Don’t send off a steamy message if it isn’t the way you’d talk. If you say, “I’m going to ride you like a pony,” but you never speak like that, your partner could be thrown off. Just be yourself.

Leave something to the imagination
Just like you wouldn’t want someone to ruin the ending of a good movie, don’t say everything in your texts.

The idea from sexting is to build anticipation and desire. A sexpot never reveals all of their secrets.

Know your surroundings
No one wants to see the toilet or your dirty laundry during your naked selfies.
 
If you’re looking for some inspirations, try starting some sexts off with these lines

  • “If you were here right now…”
  • “I’ve got a surprise for you when you get home”
  • “Whatever you do, don’t think about me doing [insert naughty activity] to you right now”
  • “I can’t stop thinking about…”
  • “Guess where I wish your lips were right now”

Make it hot, have fun and be creative.  And remember, that when it comes to sexting, everything is okay here.

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Dr. Megan Stubbs

Holding degrees in human sexuality and biology, Dr. Megan Stubbs is a multimedia Sexologist. She is the co-host of the ‘Sex and Sports’ podcast on ESPN 96.1, can be seen on WZZM 13 (an ABC affiliate), can be heard Friday nights on 104.5 WSNX, and other various radio shows. She writes for many online publications as well as maintaining her own blog. Dr. Megan also speaks and hosts workshops across the country. Visit her website SexologistMegan.com, follow her on Twitter,  and her Facebook fan page.

 

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