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Sexting Is A Trend In The West, But Here Is Why We Indians Find It Uncomfortable

It is not a sexy act for everyone, because in India, a lot women do not know what to say or do it right. But guys seem selfishly involved in their own needs that they don’t care.

Sexting has become a new, technological form of intimacy. People all over the world are enjoying stimulation through text, therefore revolutionizing foreplay to another level. There is no guarantee that people who sext with their partners have better sex lives. However, this remains a risk in India, where women already have a ton of men crossing lines in real life, and now doing so digitally too. Read: d*** pics.

Receiving explicit texts, or hearing someone’s voice say some dirty words, smelling their cologne — these are some common mental triggers that get people worked up. However, not everyone can get their guard down with the other person.

Related Article: Millennials Tell Us Their Sexting Experiences And Stories

It feels unnatural to a lot of women. When women date a guy they could love sex, but not anything that makes them feel like a subject of an adult sex movie. We even sought opinions of women who have tried before, in the past and it just felt gross and resentful.

It is not a sexy act for everyone, because in India, a lot women do not know what to say or do it right. But guys seem selfishly involved in their own needs that they don’t care. Either way, a lot of women have not been exposed to sexting until now, or even openly spoken to about sex, forget engaging in activities like this that could make her happy.

Women also think that maybe the right person for them would do it right. But it doesn’t do a thing for most of us women except annoy me and make us want to throw up. Sending naked pictures seems pointless because a lot of women do not even want one in return. Getting a penis picture will actually kill any desire for us women to have sex in that moment. If women want to see a guy’s penis, they will in person. No need of pictures

You know what is worse? Women are not as visual as men are, so this seems like the guy’s benefit only. Besides, ‘show me your p****’ or ‘can I see bob’ is not something that will get you in a woman’s pants. It’s downright gross. If women even have to sext, it would rather be with a man who knows what to write. No, a Fifty Shades level is not expected, but at least it can be made interesting. Men are generally bad at talking dirty in a way that turns on a woman because they don’t understand that what turns them on doesn’t necessarily do the same for us

Women would rather just have sex, and enjoy the act. Why waste time when we can just do the real thing? It seems like a weird idea when we don’t want to have to sext as a sad alternative because we are dating someone I never see.

It is very difficult for me to engage in any long-distance sexual activity without feeling like an object. The element of technology makes it seem like watching online sex, but let us be honest, it feels icky.

But, to each their own. There may be a lot of women who like it, but Indian women generally would prefer getting down to the act rather than mingle in an activity full of typos, grammatical errors, talentless forced writing about each other’s body parts, odd descriptions of genitalia and getting turned off for the rest of their lives.

Culture

Sexting Is A Trend In The West, But Here Is Why We Indians Find It Uncomfortable

It is not a sexy act for everyone, because in India, a lot women do not know what to say or do it right. But guys seem selfishly involved in their own needs that they don’t care.

Sexting has become a new, technological form of intimacy. People all over the world are enjoying stimulation through text, therefore revolutionizing foreplay to another level. There is no guarantee that people who sext with their partners have better sex lives. However, this remains a risk in India, where women already have a ton of men crossing lines in real life, and now doing so digitally too. Read: d*** pics.

Receiving explicit texts, or hearing someone’s voice say some dirty words, smelling their cologne — these are some common mental triggers that get people worked up. However, not everyone can get their guard down with the other person.

Related Article: Millennials Tell Us Their Sexting Experiences And Stories

It feels unnatural to a lot of women. When women date a guy they could love sex, but not anything that makes them feel like a subject of an adult sex movie. We even sought opinions of women who have tried before, in the past and it just felt gross and resentful.

It is not a sexy act for everyone, because in India, a lot women do not know what to say or do it right. But guys seem selfishly involved in their own needs that they don’t care. Either way, a lot of women have not been exposed to sexting until now, or even openly spoken to about sex, forget engaging in activities like this that could make her happy.

Women also think that maybe the right person for them would do it right. But it doesn’t do a thing for most of us women except annoy me and make us want to throw up. Sending naked pictures seems pointless because a lot of women do not even want one in return. Getting a penis picture will actually kill any desire for us women to have sex in that moment. If women want to see a guy’s penis, they will in person. No need of pictures

You know what is worse? Women are not as visual as men are, so this seems like the guy’s benefit only. Besides, ‘show me your p****’ or ‘can I see bob’ is not something that will get you in a woman’s pants. It’s downright gross. If women even have to sext, it would rather be with a man who knows what to write. No, a Fifty Shades level is not expected, but at least it can be made interesting. Men are generally bad at talking dirty in a way that turns on a woman because they don’t understand that what turns them on doesn’t necessarily do the same for us

Women would rather just have sex, and enjoy the act. Why waste time when we can just do the real thing? It seems like a weird idea when we don’t want to have to sext as a sad alternative because we are dating someone I never see.

It is very difficult for me to engage in any long-distance sexual activity without feeling like an object. The element of technology makes it seem like watching online sex, but let us be honest, it feels icky.

But, to each their own. There may be a lot of women who like it, but Indian women generally would prefer getting down to the act rather than mingle in an activity full of typos, grammatical errors, talentless forced writing about each other’s body parts, odd descriptions of genitalia and getting turned off for the rest of their lives.

Culture

Sexting Is A Trend In The West, But Here Is Why We Indians Find It Uncomfortable

It is not a sexy act for everyone, because in India, a lot women do not know what to say or do it right. But guys seem selfishly involved in their own needs that they don’t care.

Sexting has become a new, technological form of intimacy. People all over the world are enjoying stimulation through text, therefore revolutionizing foreplay to another level. There is no guarantee that people who sext with their partners have better sex lives. However, this remains a risk in India, where women already have a ton of men crossing lines in real life, and now doing so digitally too. Read: d*** pics.

Receiving explicit texts, or hearing someone’s voice say some dirty words, smelling their cologne — these are some common mental triggers that get people worked up. However, not everyone can get their guard down with the other person.

Related Article: Millennials Tell Us Their Sexting Experiences And Stories

It feels unnatural to a lot of women. When women date a guy they could love sex, but not anything that makes them feel like a subject of an adult sex movie. We even sought opinions of women who have tried before, in the past and it just felt gross and resentful.

It is not a sexy act for everyone, because in India, a lot women do not know what to say or do it right. But guys seem selfishly involved in their own needs that they don’t care. Either way, a lot of women have not been exposed to sexting until now, or even openly spoken to about sex, forget engaging in activities like this that could make her happy.

Women also think that maybe the right person for them would do it right. But it doesn’t do a thing for most of us women except annoy me and make us want to throw up. Sending naked pictures seems pointless because a lot of women do not even want one in return. Getting a penis picture will actually kill any desire for us women to have sex in that moment. If women want to see a guy’s penis, they will in person. No need of pictures

You know what is worse? Women are not as visual as men are, so this seems like the guy’s benefit only. Besides, ‘show me your p****’ or ‘can I see bob’ is not something that will get you in a woman’s pants. It’s downright gross. If women even have to sext, it would rather be with a man who knows what to write. No, a Fifty Shades level is not expected, but at least it can be made interesting. Men are generally bad at talking dirty in a way that turns on a woman because they don’t understand that what turns them on doesn’t necessarily do the same for us

Women would rather just have sex, and enjoy the act. Why waste time when we can just do the real thing? It seems like a weird idea when we don’t want to have to sext as a sad alternative because we are dating someone I never see.

It is very difficult for me to engage in any long-distance sexual activity without feeling like an object. The element of technology makes it seem like watching online sex, but let us be honest, it feels icky.

But, to each their own. There may be a lot of women who like it, but Indian women generally would prefer getting down to the act rather than mingle in an activity full of typos, grammatical errors, talentless forced writing about each other’s body parts, odd descriptions of genitalia and getting turned off for the rest of their lives.

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