We love sex. You love sex. There is, however, always room for improvement.
We’ve been on the go at HUSTLERMagazine.com long enough to remember when folks still got off on the written word. While that may seem like something that went out with cave paintings, using suggestive language and carefully written messages can still be one of the most erotic forms of foreplay.
Sexting etiquette is, however, a bit of a minefield, so it’s important to be aware of how to approach it. As we mentioned in our “Tap That App!” installment of Sex Boot Camp, it’s probably best not to charge straight in there with a dick pic.
As always, we’re going to leave you in the capable hands of the professionals, who will guide you through the essentials when it comes to talking dirty.
HUSTLERMagazine.com: Given that many couples are apart at present, sexting is one option people can play with, but it’s not as simple as it may seem. What’s a good starting point for partners who want to spice up their cell phone with a few raunchy messages?
Lauren Phillips: I always think it’s better to start with dirty talk, then ask if they want a picture.
Amberly Rothfield: Always start a sexting session with a photo. It doesn’t have to be naked or overtly sexy, but it’s a great way to set the mood. Also, know your partner’s schedule. Try to sext when they have a free moment and you can have a hot session back and forth. There is nothing like seeing the typing notification pop up when you are in the middle of a hot and heavy session!