With so much info out there about sexting, here’s some tips that will keep you out of trouble while doing things the right way:
Don’t give away the farm
A huge part of being seductive is in the innuendo. A dash of mystery is the ingredient that makes your IRL sex time with your partner hot and spicy. The problem is, too many people make the mistake of sexting too much information, especially in the beginning of a new relationship.
If you’re already in a romantic relationship, then sexting can spice up a relationship that’s starting to feel stale. But be sure to leave a little mystery, a little to the imagination – just like what they do in Toronto escorts.
And needless to say, sending a hyper-explicit text to someone you’ve just met or have started dating is super-creepy! Again, a teaser text is fine, but save the erotic novel for those moments when you’ve earned the right to read the novel with them in bed.
Location is key
There are right and wrong locations to send out a sexual text message. It should go without saying that sending a sexual text in your workplace isn’t proper or professional. In fact, if one of your co-workers (Or your supervisor!) reads your sexual text, then they have grounds to file a sexual harassment complaint against you.
If you value your job and your reputation, then save those type of texts for your car or other forms of transportation not belonging to your employer. Don’t even try sending these in your employee restroom! Again, all it takes is for one of your co-workers or management team members to glance at your text, and your career is ruined.
Restaurant sexting is raunchy
There are other places you should avoid sending a sexual text, too. Restaurants aren’t recommended. Even if no one can see your mobile, the sneaky, creepy look on your face will feel unsettling for your waiter. And if you’re a guy, there’s a good chance that the sex text you sent at the restaurant will leave you with an uber-humiliating erection when you get up from the table!
Unlike your place of employment, it’s completely acceptable for you to engage in sexting inside of a restaurant restroom. But again, be discrete so as not to offend anyone.
Text? What Text?
Speaking of ways to shield yourself from humiliation and possible ruination, it’s best for you immediately delete the sex text from your phone after you’ve confirmed that it’s been sent. Don’t worry: Once it’s sent, and once you receive the notification that it’s been sent, then you can erase the message from your phone.
Deleting the explicit message keeps prying eyes from being able to see what you’ve sent. Deleting also protects you from having any evidence laying around, in case someone decides to pick up your phone to find texts.
But speaking of people going through your phone…
Yes, it’s cheating
Bottom line, if you’re currently in a monogamous relationship or if you’re married, then sending someone else a sexual text is cheating. Don’t fool yourself into thinking otherwise. If you’re off the dating market, then don’t send that text…period!
Think of how you’d feel if the inverse were true. Here’s a good rule of thumb to follow: If you’d get your feelings hurt by reading your partner’s sex text to someone else, then you shouldn’t send similar texts to anyone else.