Hot off the scam alert: Don't send nude photos. Sure, it sounds a little wacky. The AARP advising its members ages 50 and older not to be flashing the flesh? But it's a new twist on the old romance scams that drive people to lose their shirts.
By Instagram, a mutual friend had allied Nick, who lives in Pennsylvania, along with a woman in Michigan, because he thought they might hit it bad. And they did. After a calendar day or two of flirting over texts and phone calls, she sent him a nude picture. Was this an invitation to reply with his accept nude? Would sending a nude be the best way to make absolutely she sent more pictures of herself?
It can all be a bit amusement and flirty. There might not always be a problem. But sending nudes can get problematic really fast. Can you repeat that? if you receive an unwanted nude? Worse, what if someone threatens en route for or actually does share your nudes? Here are the 7 things you need to know about nudes.
According to a survey by MTV-AP1 all the rage 3 young people have engaged all the rage some form of sexting, either carriage or receiving nude photos, with a different person. The internet is forever after that there are real-life consequences for the things you share online. So ahead of you press send, here are 6 things to consider. Is Your Affiliate Being Manipulative about it?
Carriage Nudes Credit: Dearest Creative Nudes are not an invention of the digital era — any art museum is proof of that. Neither is cloudy talk — just read James Joyce's wildly, er, imaginative letters to his crush. But the Internet sure has encouraged us to take the ability of sexting to places our parents could have never imagined. AIM introduced the concept of cyber-flirting.