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But at the very least, no one will ever be able to conclusively tie them to you — and really, in this frightful sext-scandal age, that’s kind of the best you can hope for.If all of this sounds like too much work, of course, there is another alternative.
Sugar Raine said: I was being an idiot and stripped on camera.Now — if you’re really still serious about this — it’s time to send the thing.Download Cover Me or another app that anonymizes your text messages, let the subject of your affections know — verbally — that they’re about to receive a message from you, and sext to your heart’s content, secure in the knowledge that.While it may be fun in the moment, the aftermath may not be as much fun. So how do you deal when you totally regret what you did?When I saw this topic being talked about in the message boards, I knew I had to bring it to everyone’s attention.So that brings us to solution #2: plausible deniability, or what I’m respectfully terming “the Anthony Weiner rule.” Then-Congressman Weiner made a very big mistake when he sent a sexually explicit photo to a supporter in Washington state in 2011.
There was nothing in the photo to suggest it belonged to Weiner.
There can be no doubt about it: sexting is a risky, compromising, indiscreet business.
But despite that, studies suggest that one in five adult cellphone-users have done it — which is a solid argument, we think, for tut-tutting less and educating more.
After all, sexting isn’t just the province of the young and reckless: According to Pew Research, 34 percent of adults aged 25 to 34, and 22 percent of adults aged 35 to 44, have received sexts, too.
So if you’re to sext, which you are, you might as well do it safely.
Remind yourself that naked mirror selfies are rarely flattering.