Getting a text these days isn’t what it used to be.
Getting a message saying “ILU” or “143″ doesn’t bring about the same level of excitement. In fact, flirty singles and couples are sexting their way to fiery intimacy in their relationships.
But there are some concerns that you need to be aware of before you click send!
Read more after the break!
In April, U.K.-based mobile news site Recombu polled 2,000 adults, who revealed many were sexting. According to the survey, 48% of women and 45% of men sent provocative images, videos and sexually suggestive messages electronically.
Aside from the great benefits to sexting, there are also cases of flirty texts gone very wrong (for example, former representative Anthony Weiner’s Twitter scandal). The Recombu survey reveals 1 in 10 have sent sext texts to the wrong person. Like everything else in the game of tech-aided romance, there are rules. Heed this warning: Being flirty on your phone could easily be considered lewd, creepy or even criminal if you and the recipient aren’t on the same page.