5 Safe Sexting Tips You Must Follow While Having “Dirty Conversations” Online

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Writing a love note is now a thing of the past, sexting is the way modern young adults can spice up their love life. Sex chat, or in popular culture “Sexting”, is one of the ways in which young adults today have made pleasure instantly accessible. Pull out your smartphone, indulge in sex chat and feel fulfilled. Yes, it is indeed that easy these days. But sexting is not as harmless as it sounds. While indulging in sex comes with precautions, so does sexting. And you have to remember that cyberspace is not that safe.

Since the condom is an essential prophylaxis during sex, sexting has its own list of precautions that you should follow to be safe, especially with so many teens engaging in Dirty Roulette sex talk these days. Here is a list of five precautions you should follow, especially when sexting a stranger:

1. Pay attention to what you reveal

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While you are sending sext, your face can easily reveal your identity. Especially when talking to a stranger you need to be careful of anything that you reveal about yourself and if you indulge in exchanging photos make sure that you want to share your face, your real name with the person. and other details about yourself. When you send sext online, you have no concrete way to check if the other person is trustworthy. You cannot cross-reference their identity either. It’s best to only share personal details or limited details about yourself, or to share a good mix of real and fake details. Also, unless you are sure about your sexting partner and have been sexting them for a while, you should ideally avoid sharing your face photo.

2. Don’t drink or sext

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There are some things you should never do while drunk. One of them is the sext. While drunk sexting is one of the things a young adult is most naturally inclined to engage in, it’s not really a good idea. Do yourself a favor and make sure you watch yourself or have a reliable friend watching you while you’re drunk, so you don’t end up sexting the wrong person or sending the wrong photos and texts. Save yourself the embarrassment and avoid drunk sexting.

3. Don’t sext at work

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It might sound weird, but according to a poll by Observe business, most sexting takes place between 10 a.m. and noon. It involves many risks. In a shared wifi network, there is a high risk that your data will be monitored. It can take a toll on your relationship with your boss and you can risk losing your job as well.

4. Secure your device

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Make sure you are using a secure device to send text messages. Check your privacy settings and make sure your data cannot be disclosed or viewed by a third party. Also, if your phone can be with other people, like your friends, siblings, or children in your family, it is better to delete your chats for added security and to ensure the privacy of your sex life.

5. Confidence is the key

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No matter how many safety precautions you follow, unless you are unsure of who you are sexting with, it is dangerous. If you meet someone on an app or any other online sex chat platform, be sure to verify the person you are having a sex chat with. Bounce sex, revenge porn etc. are some of the reasons people engage in sex conversation and can cause you harm. Your photos and texts can also be transmitted and shared with other people. Make sure you trust the person you are sexting with not to share or disclose what you tell them.

As fun as sexting can be, it comes with high risks to your privacy. Make sure you follow these simple safety tips and not only have a satisfying but safe sexting experience. Good sext;)

(The above story first appeared on LatestLY on July 27, 2018 at 10:56 a.m. IST. For more information and updates on Politics, World, Sports, Entertainment, and Lifestyle , connect to our website Latestly.com).

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