Safe Sexting – How to Safely Send Nudes

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If you’re single in 2017 (and even if you’re not), chances are you’ve sent a few X-rated pics in your time. Almost 30% of all smartphone users have admitted to texting nude images on a regular basis… and why wouldn’t you? Snap a pic, add a filter and a flirty message and BAM you have the makings of a delightful text exchange! However, with recent events like “the Fappening,” you might be wondering how best to ensure your uncensored images don’t end up in the wrong hands. You’ve come to the right place!

With the help of a recent BuzzFeed article, we’re sharing 5 tips for safe sexting… so you don’t end up seeing a familiar topless torso on a revenge porn site in the future.

  1. Make sure you trust the person: Trust is a funny thing, huh? Even someone who you might believe to be the most genuine person alive might have a dark side, or react poorly to being snubbed… or they might just make an honest mistake and leave their phone somewhere – giving your private images to Joe Anybody who finds the phone. Aside from those possibilities, if you even remotely think your recipient could be malicious, sketchy, or forgetful, it may not be smart to hit send on that super sexy snap.
  2. Use a security lock on your phone – and be sure your recipient does as well: Even BESIDES the nude pic situation, having a security access code on your phone is step one in protecting your files, passwords, pictures and documents. Oh, and don’t use 0000, dummy.
  3. Send using an app with screenshot warnings: Snapchat and Instagram both will send alerts if private “disappearing” messages are captured using a screenshot, so they’re a safer alternative to sending images via email or text. Of course, that doesn’t STOP them from screenshotting your pic, but at least you can call them out on it!
  4. Don’t include your face or any recognizable features in your image – got a rabbit-shaped mole on your right hip, a tattoo on your shoulder, or a crazy bohemian wall hanging in your room that you share on social media frequently? Don’t show off features that can be used to identify you… and NEVER put your whole face in a nude snap.
  5. Double-check that your images aren’t saved on the cloud – this is how so many celebrities had their photos leaked to the whole world. If you have an automatic back up service, such as iCloud or Amazon Photos, it may be worth it to go through and delete any questionable images, or even turn off auto-back up and manually back up the photos you want to keep.

So, there you have it… for more in-depth and high tech ways to keep your sexiest photos safe, visit BuzzFeed. Remember these tips when you subscribe to a VIP membership to OnlineBootyCall.com, and share your NSFW, uncensored pics on your profile! Join today for free and start browsing the sexy singles near you!