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“Pay attention to what autocorrect is doing so you don’t trigger a mood-killing sexting fail,” says Scott Valdez, founder of Vi DA.
On a similar note, double check everything, but especially the “to:” field, before you let the message go off into the ether.
“One of the biggest mistakes people (particularly individuals over 40) make while sexting is using language that they don’t identify with,” notes Britanny Burr, a sex and relationship expert and editor-at-large of Psych N Sex.
“If something feels weird when you’re writing it, it will feel equally weird when it’s being read. Words carry a lot of weight, and if they don’t fit, don’t feel right, or don’t sound like you, they may not land in the way you’re hoping.” “Recognize that what constitutes sexting or sexually explicit varies from person to person,” Woods says.
View your sexts as the preview for what will happen once you’re at home.” After all, the internet is forever. “Even if you’re sexting with the most respectful individual in the world, there’s always a chance someone else may see your message or photo—even if by accident.” She has a point.
Or, you might feel uncomfortable sexting and not want to do it again,” Woods says. Just because a lot of people are doing it doesn’t mean you have to.
“This isn’t something that only teens or twenty-somethings do,” says April Masini, relationship and etiquette expert and author. “Much like texting isn’t the best method of airing lengthy grievances, sexting should be your last resort for lengthy diatribes,” says Woods.
“Keep your naughty texts short so that your significant other doesn’t lose interest and wants to play along.
And for more great dating dos and don’ts, here are the 11 Worst Dating App Message Mistakes Men Make.
“If you’re in a relationship and looking to try something new, make sure that the other person is open to it,” suggests Stef Woods, a sex educator and full-time faculty member at American University.