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Here is a beginner’s guide to sending really hot sexts to your casual date, your girlfriend, and every babe in between. You’re welcome.
You’re hot, you know it, and you want someone else to know it too. Be it a partner, a crush, the internet at large, yourself — you name it, you can record yourself and make that happen. But where do you start? What do you want to showcase? What does a sexy video even MEAN, you know?
Here’s how to take your sexting to the next level, including what to say, how to say it, how to give good sext and more.
“You are so so soft and just achingly warm and good and I’m just dying with the urge to pin and grind and tease and make you even wetter for me, taste you in your bed.”
Is that insecurity in my pocket or have you just not sexted me back yet?
“Something about our conversations just makes me want to take off my underwear. And by ‘something’ I mean ‘everything.'”
With every nude I take and share, I see my sexiness, my erotic power, with my own eyes. Sexy self-portraiture has allowed me to envision and realize myself as a sexual being.
Nude selfies are how I first learned to see myself as a sexual being, and now they also let me determine how others see me — especially within kinky power dynamic relationships.
Sometimes a sext is just a sext, and sometimes it’s something else entirely.