Nakedness without togetherness is a bit of a cheap imitation of physical intimacy if you ask me.
A tempting one, to be sure, but one my clear-headed self would rather pass on.
Speaking of the real thing, I’m looking for love—that is love as a verb, as in I want to love somebody and I want to be loved in return—not just the physical stuff.
But I also didn't want to make this the most awkward message ever—for both of us.
When I finally crafted my text to Jessica, it came out like this: "Can you please not send me any more nudes?
Snaps automatically disappear once the person you sent them to has seen them.
But it’s important to remember people can still take screenshots and save them.
Then she sent me another one with the words, “Your comment on Insta made me laugh.” Only this time, she was in the shower and her bare breasts were staring me in the face.
Honestly, I had never wanted that photo, and I didn't want another.Here are my top three reasons for not wanting nudes.Hopefully they will also be reason enough for why you don’t want to be sending them, too.Or, more immediately, think about the popularity of Face Time and live videos and, yeah, Snapchat.That being said, there’s something false about sharing nude photos specifically.I know many women feel pressure to send nudes; maybe you have.