For some lucky extroverted folks, sending naughty texts to their SO just comes easily. They're bold, horsham prostitution street, and DGAF, so when they want to get off from afar, they don't hesitate to hit send on their desires and demands.
Well, goodie for for them. But what about the rest of us?
I'm talking to my fellow introverts who struggle looking for a playroom get our sext on. Whether it's fear of rejection, that someone else will see them, or maybe it's just plain old dirty talk writer's block — whatever the reason may be, when you're already on the shy sxet, thinking of sexts to send to someone can be almost impossible. That's where I come in.
I, too, was terrified to send my first sext. I'm not a natural dirty talker, and my cheesiness tolerance is set at about a looking for only fun, so as you can imagine I struggled a bit at first when attempting to delve into digital dirty talk.
But here's the thing. Once you get over that initial hump pun intendedit gets so much easier. That's because there's a sense of security in revealing our innermost naughty thoughts from behind the safety dirtiest sexts your phone's screen.
So embrace it! If you do, before you know it you'll be a very leets veteran sexter. Still not sure how to get started?
No sweat. Here are 29 sexty ideas to get your fingers tappin' on your next naughty adventure.
Feeling shy about replying to a text, or even kicking things off? You don't have to head straight dirty deep end.
Start with something more on the suggestive side. Trust me, once they reply and things heat up, you'll be amazed how quickly you drop the "nice" and go straight for the "naughty.
Teenagers are going to sext, let’s teach them to do it safely
Lets play two truths and a lie: 1. I wanna sext you 2. I want sext you 3. I DON'T wanna sext you.
Feeling a little bolder? Let your saucy side show by hitting them with a more brazenly sexty messages.
Lsts that escalated quickly. But hey, this is how you go from introverted and shy to a sexting goddess extraordinaire in 29 easy steps. Have fun. By Rachel Shatto.