Rob Kardashian leaking Blac Chyna’s nudes (the mother of his child) goes to show why sending nude photos of yourself is never a good idea. If you are in an abusive or toxic relationship, NEVER share pictures with your significant other that can be sent to the masses. And in Chyna’s case, THE ENTIRE WORLD!
Extremely explicit photos are the epitome of NSFW! Men and women alike have been victims of having their privacy stolen from them and trust with their significant other (or hook-up partner) broken. And if it can happen to an Olympian, it can certainly happen to you! Sure nude photos seem to the be norm in today’s society. We want everything RIGHT NOW but where’s the mystery? And is there trust? How can you be sure that the photo is only seen by the person it is intended for and their best friend or the entire internet? Not only is it not safe, but it’s sending the wrong message.
In my book, “10 Rules to Survive the Internet Dating Jungle,” I share my thoughts – and experiences – with nude photos in the dating world. I can’t tell you how many times I have given out my cell phone number or private email address to then be send photos of their penis. The last thing I want to see at 9am as I’m supping my coffee, reading though my emails is a picture of someone’s genitals to pop up. I really don’t understand why men feel the need to do this? Is it a viral way of flashing? Do they get off on this? It makes me block and never speak to them again. I could literally publish an entire book and call it, “Penis’ of the Internet.”
I know some women do this as well. Send full naked body shots to guys they met online. This is the way you get booty calls at 2am, not a way to find a long term relationship. Once you’re committed to someone you can do whatever foreplay you want. BUT make sure this is the one and that there is a mutual respect for each other’s privacy so that your boobs don’t end up on some site. Save those for someone special that deserves it!
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The Dating Jungle Series as seen on BBC’s Almost Royal