Sexting

I used to think sexting was just sending sexually explicit text  messages to someone. You know, kind of like having phone sex only typing the words out. But I was wrong.

Recently many television programs and even public service announcements have been bringing attention to the real meaning of the new craze amongst young people.

I was also under the impression that it was something harmless. I figured it was only natural for couples to want to send sexy messages to each other. I mean, sometimes it’s pretty hot for couples to spark up a sexy conversation throughout the day to entice each other.

However, sexting has become such a serious problem that people who engage in this activity may be charged with possessing or distributing child pornography.  There are ongoing debates about how to treat these crimes. An article in the Times of India talks about how some of these laws might be changed because of their harsh nature.

More and more people are becoming concerned about this new phenomenon which most young people are taking part in. Tyra Banks thought it was important enough to dedicate an episode of her show to this topic. Parents are also becoming more involved in what their children do via electronic devices.

I’d be lying if I said I wasn’t a fan of sexy texting, but all I’m saying is there is a time for everything. Be smart!

Of course, there comes a time when you feel you can fully trust another person. In that case, keep the emotions flowing throughout the day with a couple of sexual texts. Cosmo has some great ideas!

Sex quote of the day: If sex is such a natural phenomenon how come there are so many books on “how to”?

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