Don't snap and drive!
This woman is savage AF.
Well, this just got awkward.
Science is getting wacky out here.
You should be able to send a nudie to your boyfriend without fearing it will end up as his buddy's screensaver.
Sexting game 100.
It's true when they say, "Food is the way to a man's heart." And nothing gets a guy more in the mood than a picture of a corned beef sandwich.
Much like Tinder, these messages are NSFW... or life.
If Brandon, 29, wants to pay off my student loans, I am perfectly happy to have a threesome with him and Sallie Mae. Hey, players gotta play.
Everyone reading this has either sent a nude pic, received one or has a friend that showed everyone the one she was sent.
All your thirsty, basic lines in a swipe to the left.
She knows her D pic angles.
Snapchat him your knees. The bee's knees.
Online dating can be some bullshit, yes. But if the Internet Gawds can make it easier to deal with (meaning more catches and less creeps), then maybe – just maybe – I can dip a toe or two back into the proverbial pool.
Now don’t get me wrong – I’ve seen many a magic stick in my day. Not in the comfort of my living room whilst lounging on the couch, though.
"Great! A picture of a penis. Just what I've always wanted!"
Game recognize game, Sydney Leathers.
The photo above is just one example of the apparently over 30 pictures that were exchanged between the candidate and a 23 year old woman.
During one really unfortunate lonely summer, I sent nudes to dudes on Craigslist. When my boyfriend and I first started dating, I used to send him nudes and explicit texts and emails. That all started to taper off once we became more serious and it was a given I'd be seeing him regularly.
Quite a long time ago (ie, 2011), I made a sex tape with my boyfriend. It was, without a doubt, one of the least sexiest pieces of film I've ever had the misfortune of laying my eyes on.
The other thing I imagine Snap Chat was actually invented for is sexting. You can go ahead and send your guy a picture of your girls without fear of repercussion, because he obviously can't keep the picture and then put it on the internet later for embarrassment when you're famous.
There's a new app, called Snapchat, for sending your naughty bits via text. The app allows you take a pic of your no-no-spots but it dosen't allow the pics to be saved onto your phone and you can set a time limit for how long the other person can see it. 20 seconds for your boo, then poof - it disappears! Would you ever trust an app to send out nude pics?
I'm not looking for volumes of prose sent via SMS, but a semi-prompt answer to my "Wanna catch a movie Friday?" invitation would be swell.
There are some basic rules of naked pics, from simple sexting etiquette to the best ways to protect yourself from embarrassment or getting hurt.
So, I really hate to admit how in love I am with Miley Cyrus and Liam Hemsworth's relationship, but I guess the cat is out of the bag.
I'm sure we've all been there before, waiting and waiting and waiting to receive that text, freaking out over how much time we should take to answer back, then of course, wondering what ON EARTH we could even say back that's quirky, cute and interesting.
It would seem that the era of the 'phone call' is quickly diminishing, and more and more singles these days turn to texting, gchat, email, facebook, twitter, insert other social media outlet here in order to communicate with romantic prospects.
Two people meet online somehow. They exchange contact info, and they fall into a loop of talking to each other all day and night via texts, IMs, and/or phone calls. Maybe they end up meeting in real life, but the vast majority of their communication is virtual.
As my last relationship was long distance, we came to enjoy a dirty text every once in a while since we couldn't always bone when we wanted to. Whatever you chose to sext there are some simple rules one should follow so their name doesn't end up on the front of some lame tabloid.
There are a lot of things about sex that invoke a lot of judgment and pearl-clutching - sex before marriage, promiscuity, STDs, porn, fetishes...and sexting. Maybe this is only my perception, but it seems like sexting is something that people get extremely riled up about. Particularly when sexting goes public.
This month's issue is pretty inoffensive. There was a strong emphasis on health, which I appreciate. And I was reminded that Mercury retrograde falls over Thanksgiving this year, so I'm already mentally preparing for a hot mess holiday of ridiculous proportions. Even the relationship section was less horrific than usual.
I know that in my own experience, I find myself constantly thinking of ways to improve my sex life. Even though I'm content, and I know my boyfriend is content, I am always looking for ways to surprise him (ie: what new and exciting place can I give him a BJ?). I choreograph strip teases, write him erotic stories, strategically pick out sexy underwear, surprise sext him, work on my flexibility, and also engage in a few sexy acts that I derive absolutely no enjoyment from (tit-f*cking is the worst, oh god).
I was far more taken aback than offended because I feel like it was a pretty tame, innocuous tale especially compared to other dalliances on my sex résumé. Since I am pretty open (read: shameless) in this column, I've decided to highlight four of my experiences that I was actually disturbed (or just plain embarrassed) by.
•Celebs behaving badly on planes •Our favorite celebs who've take on Broadway •Jeggings and sext, among others get added to the dictionary •How to dress like your favorite 'Breakfast Club' character •Most wanted celebrity body parts •Rules for a good horror movie remake •Take your hot summer sex into fall
•Why we miss being children in the 80s and 90s •The strangest TV show names ever •What to do when you like a guy from work •Do men or women sext more? •What do you think about Vanessa Hudgens' new hair do? •Prince William gives great wedding advice •Adding style to your swimsuit cover-up
Attention all men: I don’t want to see a picture of your cock. Now don’t get me wrong, it’s not like I am not a fan. I appreciate its ability, stamina, even its appearance in small doses, but you are not going to turn me on by getting out your iPhone and sending me a picture of it.