In fact, what if more women are sending nudes than you ever imagined… which would mean that the odds of getting a woman to send you naked pictures are actually in your favor? In fact, more women are sending naked pictures than ever before—and that means that getting a woman to send you a naked picture is probably a lot easier than you think. While the majority of sexters, 77 percent , send this racy content to their significant others, 16 percent send it to complete strangers. The most popular sexting group is 18 to year-olds — 70 percent of people in this age group receive sexually suggestive photos and messages.
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Nudes are not an invention of the digital era—any art museum is proof of that. But the Internet sure has encouraged us to take the art of sexting to places our parents could have never imagined. AIM introduced the concept of cyber-flirting.
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To conduct the study , Johnstonbaugh, a sociology doctoral student, had more than 1, college students from seven universities fill out an online survey asking them about their rationale for sexting. But the odds were four times higher for women than men to say that they sent a nude in order to prevent the recipient from losing interest or to prevent the person from looking at images of others. I sent one. Women were twice as likely as men to say they sent a sexy pic to boost their confidence. So sometimes, sending nudes is a way to assert sexual agency. Desire emerges in response to, rather than in anticipation of, sex. If a man feels entitled to a nude pic, the act of sending one understandably feels transactional and a bit cheap. Interestingly the findings of the study were a bit different for queer women.