Do you know what is sexting… is very famous word nowdays and it’s about sending and receiving sexually explicit messages. In brief the main rules of sexting are: do it with someone you’re comfortable with, start slowly, respect boundaries, and pay attention to cues from the other person. And the big one: enjoy it!
These sexting guidelines will help charge up your sex life without putting a dent in your privacy:
Don’t sext with men you don’t know
Make this one of your dating rules — don’t even think about sexting with a man you haven’t met in person yet. What are the chances a new guy will think about anything but getting you in the sack when you play “I’ll show you mine if you show me yours”? Hold off until you have gotten to know the guy better, and have been intimate to ensure a certain level of trust. It’s just a smart way to go.
Sexting as a foreplay
The right tone can put you two in a sexy mood hours before you see each other and set the stage for a passionate night. Just keep the texts short—you’re not writing a romance novel here—but spiked with juicy details.
Decide how comfortable you are
Sexting isn’t all bad, and if you’re into this level of digital sexiness, more power to you. Sexting can be exciting and fun and spice things up when you two aren’t able to be together. Just take some time to figure out what makes sense with your comfort level.
Be sure in person you’re cool
Make sure whatever you sext about is stuff that you would do or say in person. I know it’s easy to get way naughtier than normal when all you have to do is type a message without seen each other but you must be cool if you receive a very spicy message…
Likewise, a recent study turns out that sexting’s pretty commonplace. Eighty percent of study participants have received “sext” messages in the past; 67% admitted to sending them at some point; 64% have received racy pictures, and 47% of participants have sent sexy photos.
The majority of study participants admitted to rarely (less than three times per month) sending or receiving sext messages or photos. Plus, men report more positive experiences than women do, so that could explain why she’s holding back. Your relationship status might also be a factor. According to the study, individuals who are dating, in a serious relationship, and/or cohabiting sent more sexts and had more positive experiences with sexting than their single counterparts did.
According to the study, positive expectations correlate with more frequent sexting. So the more positive experiences you have, the more comfortable you’ll feel trying it again
So, if your problem is putting on the brakes–not slamming the accelerator–it might be time to take a leap of faith. 😎