Video chat and send sexy pictures
In a recent survey taken by in partnership with The National Campaign to Prevent Teen & Unplanned Pregnancy, we asked teens nationwide all sorts of questions about how common it is to send sexy pictures and text messages or to post them on your My Space/Facebook profiles, and why you do it — even when you know there can be pretty embarrassing consequences. Do yourself a favor...leave your camera outside the bathroom!
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Many attempts have, famously, been made at the former.
Snapchat, the app that makes photos “self-destruct” after a few seconds, was a popular haven for sexters before someone discovered that screenshots could be taken secretly, without notifying the sender.
Since we had a bathtub, one night I decided to take a bubble bath.
And disapproving puritans the nation over have tut-tutted the women, and sometimes men, whose compromising photographs end up posted online for prying eyes.
There can be no doubt about it: sexting is a risky, compromising, indiscreet business.
So if you’re to sext, which you are, you might as well do it safely.
Leaving aside the potential moral/legal/etiquette problems with sexting, of which there are admittedly many, digital nudes suffer two main privacy problems.