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That means there are rules you should follow: 1) don’t send a naked picture.If you want to send a pic, send one with your clothes on and probably don’t show your face.2) only sext with someone you trust and 3) only do it if you feel comfortable.I’ve heard way too many naked picture horror stories (one of my good friends was blackmailed with them by her ex for years after they broke up) to not be wary about it.I know sexting is a huge trend and that a lot of people participate in it.
In fact, if you look in your phone's app store, you'll likely see the growing number of apps offering private messaging and sharing.
Facebook's legal terms state that users should not post content that "is pornographic; or contains nudity." It'd certainly be no surprise to Facebook to hear that some users don't exactly follow this suggestion to the letter.
If you happen to be looking for apps to use for private, discreet messaging (sexual or otherwise), we've compiled a list of some you may be interested in.
In fact, considering the iffy legal issues surrounding sexting and "intimate photo sharing," most apps used for the act specifically discourage users from partaking.
Oh, and before you decide to breach any terms of service, please make sure you're 18.It’s usually something I don’t advise doing – any kind of text or image that can easily be saved by another person is always risky because it can always come back to haunt you.