Email, text message, Twitter, Snapchat, Facebook, Instagram. You are madly searching for your phone; ha, a new message on Instagram from a man I don't know. Allow the content of the message—penis in its full erection.
With the expanded use of cell phones with improved cameras and fast sending, sexting has become more and more popular. When discussing sexting, we are talking about sending sexual content via text message, sharing it privately on social media, or maybe even sending it by regular mail. Still, I think your desire would probably cool down till the pigeon delivers your horny message. Weird as I am, I initially thought it was just dirty writing. However, no, photos are also a big part of sexting - wearing a nice bra and panties or not wearing anything at all, in all possible positions. Unfortunately, these pictures are usually not very aesthetic.
While researching this topic, I came across instructions on how to do it, what is a perfect "sext", and hints on what not to do. Sexting is widespread, especially among younger couples, presumably even if you want to be in a relationship with someone, but you are not yet there. "Do you want to go for a coffee? * Picture of a dick *". I don't think so.
Good thing I wasn't exactly at lunch with my parents or at work when I received this sext. My father's prosthesis would fly out of his mouth. So it would be infinitely wonderful to stick to a simple rule - if people aren't precisely collectors of other people's genitals pics, it's better to send them to those you actually know, or you are involved in some sort of relationship with. I think that only then do such messages reach their purpose, and the image or text wake up the recipient's desire. There is more to this message than visual or textual material. You see a man you've already met naked. You can imagine the show behind the picture. You know there's a man waiting for you somewhere with chocolate and cream, ready to enjoy hours of great sex with you.
I prefer stories, scenarios like "what am I going to do to you when you get home". I even like to take pictures of myself. They were a bigger problem for me in the beginning when I was just a freshman at taking nudes. A million questions were going through my head: Are you really that dirty? What if pictures spread like fire on social media? What if you don't look good? What if it will not be well received? These were just some questions that I remember. The next minute, I was already deleting pictures; I was in despair but decided to take some more. And at some point, I gave up.
I retook courage sometime later when there was more trust on my behalf. And if I trigger daydreaming on the other side of the phone, that's good - more than good. However, this requires a great deal of trust, both to oneself and to the recipient.
And yes, I also like to receive pictures back as long as it's from a man I already know well in bed. If I get a picture of a stranger's penis, it doesn't do anything to me. I evaluate it purely objectively, without any desire for sex. The worst thing about an unknown sender is that I don't appreciate it as much as you might want.
Sending dirty pictures, stories and emoticons can be fun. If the target is correct, you can't miss the approval of the other side. However, some caution is never too much. And if you don't want someone to get chocked during lunch or have a picture flashing on your computer during an important business meeting, you'd better send it to someone you know and trust. So that "ping" on the phone will be the sound of fun coming rather than disgust and, in the worst case, visiting the emergency room because someone is having a candy stuck in their throat.