In fact, what if more women are sending nudes than you ever imagined… which would mean that the odds of getting a woman to send you naked pictures are actually in your favor? In fact, more women are sending naked pictures than ever before—and that means that getting a woman to send you a naked picture is probably a lot easier than you think. While the majority of sexters, 77 percent , send this racy content to their significant others, 16 percent send it to complete strangers. The most popular sexting group is 18 to year-olds — 70 percent of people in this age group receive sexually suggestive photos and messages. So that's what I want to show you today. I'll touch on the kind of picture you should ask for… how to ask for it… and exactly what message you should send to give yourself the best chances of success. If you want to see this post in video format… with some sexy pics of some hot girls… click on the video below:. According to the survey , women overwhelmingly prefer to send pictures of their breasts or chest. So, if you want a woman to send you a naked picture… chances are she'll be most comfortable if you ask for a picture of her breasts, rather than her butt or a full body shot. But how exactly do you ask her for these kinds of photos without freaking her out, or offending her?
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The good news is that there a few websites that let you send encrypted attachments. These platforms bring like-minded people together to express and explore their sexuality online. Plus, they help to weed out internet scammers by enhancing privacy and promoting anonymity. From encrypted security to finding someone to sext with. Below are 5 websites you can use to sext nude selfies securely:. Snapsext is a dating website that focuses on visual content—selfies, photos, live streams, video chats, and more. It features a user-friendly interface that leaves no details untouched.
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In Autumn , someone took a picture of me and put it on the web. In this low-angle shot taken at my peak weight, I looked like Jabba the Hutt wearing a blue T-shirt. Since the picture illustrated a popular blog post, it immediately became the first result when you did an image search on my name.
Skip navigation! Story from Tech. Madeline Buxton. Some people say the only way to stop online harassment is to stop going online. Well, we aren't going anywhere. Reclaim Your Domain is Refinery29's campaign to make the internet and the world outside of it a safer space for everyone — especially women. Celebrity hackings that result in the sharing of nude or intimate photos online are becoming a disturbing norm.