Most guys absolutely love it when a girl sends them photos of herself, especially if the photos are a little frisky. However, not every girl is comfortable or brave enough to send nude photos to a guy. So what can you do to persuade a girl you are seeing to be a little more open-minded when it comes to sharing her dirty photos? Every girl is different and while some girls might be okay or even enjoy sending their nudes others might be completely disgusted by the idea of sending naked photos of themselves to a guy. The number one reason why many women are afraid of sending nudes is the fear that their naked photos will end up on the internet or you will share them with someone else. Even if you are not the type of guy that shares intimate photos of girls with other guys, there is still a chance that her photos might become public. Your phone might get hacked, stolen or you by mistake may upload the photos. You also need to keep in mind that in most cases a girl that is willing to send intimate photos already had a few partners and is sexually confident and open. If however, you are dating a girl who is shy and never had a boyfriend it is unlikely that she will be willing to send you her intimate photos. There are also girls that are shy of their bodies and will only send you photos after they are sure that you will not judge them.
To conduct the study , Johnstonbaugh, a sociology doctoral student, had more than 1, college students from seven universities fill out an online survey asking them about their rationale for sexting. But the odds were four times higher for women than men to say that they sent a nude in order to prevent the recipient from losing interest or to prevent the person from looking at images of others. I sent one. Women were twice as likely as men to say they sent a sexy pic to boost their confidence. So sometimes, sending nudes is a way to assert sexual agency. Desire emerges in response to, rather than in anticipation of, sex. If a man feels entitled to a nude pic, the act of sending one understandably feels transactional and a bit cheap. Interestingly the findings of the study were a bit different for queer women. It shows that, unfortunately, we still have a long way to go.
Situation 2: You want to send a nude photo to someone
Sexting with a partner can be thrilling. It can also be nerve-racking. How can you be sure they're the only one who will see a racy pic? What if they send you a nude photo, but you don't feel comfortable returning the favor? What's the appropriate way to respond if you like what you see? And what if you get a nude pic that's not appreciated?
The motives are surprisingly complex. Sexting naked or suggestive photos to a partner is pretty common these days. But why people sext explicit pics isn't always discussed. Of course, the obvious reason is to heat things up when you're not physically in the same place as your partner. But as one researcher discovered, the exact motives are surprisingly complex.