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Top 7 tips for having steamy sexting conversations

When bae is away, you can still play. (Wow I’m hilarious)
Long distance, business trips, mis-matched work schedules: all of these are enemies of sex. So, let’s talk about sexting baby! (I’m on a roll today)

You can still maintain intimacy with your partner through busy times in your life if you can master the sexy art of sexting. I mean, how hard could local sexting be, right? Well, sexting does take some effort and some practice!
If you really want to please yourself, your partner, and feel that same afterglowy feeling you do after actually fucking, then you definitely can’t half ass sexting!

Here are a few tips to sexually satisfying yourself and your partner all via sext.

1. Words, words, words

Sexting is all about your words. So, try your hardest to put your filthiest vocab words to use. And you have to be exciting. No one is going to get wet from lazy sexts!

So, get creative. Describe what your partner’s sexts are doing to you. Describe what you want to do to your partner. Describe what you wished they were doing to you. Describe a past sexual encounter with them and how hot it was.
Don’t get lazy with it. Just like you wouldn’t lay there like a starfish in bed, you can’t be giving your partner one-word replies. Sexting is a two-way street, baby!

2. Throw in an emoji

Sex isn’t serious, so why should sexting be?
Don’t take yourself too seriously just because you’re writing your partner the equivalent of a sexy novel. Sex is funny and so is sexting. I live by the statement: if you’re not laughing you’re doing it wrong. So, laugh! Make your partner laugh before you make them cum!

3. Send pics

Sexting by nature is sexy texting. That being said, I think you’d be wrong to not throw in a few pictures of yourself. Ask for pictures of your partner, but don’t go sending unsolicited dick pics!

Your partner could be at work or in public! Make sure they’re alone before you go sending nudes.
When they are alone and have privacy, you should definitely be sending nudes in between sexy texts.

4. Don’t be afraid of videos

Videos can definitely help your sexting game too! However, the same rules go for videos that go for texts: make sure they’re alone and make sure they want to see your genitalia.

Videos can be super-hot, they let your partner know what you’re doing in almost real time. Plus they can act like a highlight reel, so your partner can watch you in your sexiest moments over and over again.

5. Voice memos can be very hot

Okay, so this is an example of using Apple technology to its fullest. Voice memos are great if you don’t want screenshot-able evidence of your sexting sesh. Plus, hearing your partner’s breathy voice in your ear is like your own personalized XXX-rated ASMR.

Try it and see what creative uses you come up with for voice messages!

6. Like acting, sexting is all about reacting

One thing I hate about sexting is when the other person doesn’t react to my sexts. Don’t go off on your own tangent, listen to your partner. If they say that they miss your body, tell them that you miss their body especially when they do XYZ with it.

Build a story together as if you were actually having sex. It’ll help you imagine the scenario clearly in your head and get you to an amazing climax.

The Truth About Nude Selfies

Why Do People Take Nude Selfies?

Selfies are a cultural phenomenon in our society, and we all know the age-old saying “sex sells.” Therefore, it only seems natural that nude selfies become a thing. From celebrities to your average joes, it seems like everyone is hoping one nude selfie train. But why are people so quick to do it? We found an interesting take on nude selfies from a teacher.

“For my perspective, especially in the light of these newest stories with the celebrities, the nude selfie has infiltrated every level of society. From unsupervised high-schoolers to wealthy celebrities. It seems as if everyone in our society just has to send a nude picture of themselves to someone else, regardless of the consequences. And these nude selfies, for the most part, are not even artistic/romantic/intimate in any form or fashion. For instance, Kate Upton had her iCloud hacked to find her in a messy room, with no special lighting, no bottle of champagne, no flowers, no romantic/intimate look–just her taking a picture of her chest in the mirror. When I was in high school back in the late ’80s, couples exchanged romantic letters. Today, the nude, unartistic, unromantic nude selfies.”
The reader, a teacher, goes on, “I talked about this phenomenon with many students yesterday–in light of the latest hacking incident–and the freshman girls were convinced that this was one of the best ways to get a man’s attention. That the boy doesn’t care about her goals/dreams/desires/individuality–only her nudity.

That the boy doesn’t care about her clothed physical appearance–only her nudity.” Also, “There is a segment of society, particularly the boys, who seem to want these nude selfies in a pseudo attempt at self-esteem, showing their efficacy to not only themselves but to all their buddies that they then show the pictures.”

Do you agree with what this man proclaims? We should consider how crazy it is that the trend of nude selfies has saturated our culture in a way where everyone is affected by it.