Sexting dos and don'ts -- 4 cardinal rules you need to follow

Sexting is a great way to release some amount of sexual tension.

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Sexting

There are many good things about sexting. It can help people release some amount of sexual tension or can be used as a form of foreplay to boost the excitement in your relationship. But this easy to use feature is often fraught with peril. Here are 5 precautions you should take while sexting.

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Never Send A Nude Picture

Never send a nude picture: With the advent of WhatsApp and Snapchat, it’s pretty easy to share photos and videos over your phone. However, this does not mean you should share your nude photos (regardless of your partner’s desire to see it) over the world wide web. Revenge porn is common these days, and you surely don’t want it to happen to you in case things go sour in the future.

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Keep Things Mysterious

Don't give out too much information: Refrain from sending out too much information, as it doesn’t stimulate imagination too much. If you’ve planned something special for your partner, avoid revealing the plan. Instead, say that you have planned something really sexy and exciting, and you can’t wait for them to see it.

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Always Delete Your Texts

Always delete your texts: Even though you might want to keep your texts as souvenirs for the future, it is always better to delete it. You don't want the wrong eyes finding about your fantasies and fetishes.

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Never Sext If You Haven't Had Sex

Never sext if you haven't had sex: As a rule, do not try and initiate sexting with someone whom you’ve never had sex with. It can get really awkward and lead to the end of your friendship with the person.