As many people are doing their civic duty and practicing social distancing to try to stop the spread of COVID, one side effect cannot be ignored: everyone is really horny, and seemingly getting hornier by the day. Porn viewership is up, sex toy sales are through the roof, and cam sites are doing well, too. There's an insatiable need for connection—sexual connection, specifically. It is high time for nudes.
Some Things to Consider Before Sending Nudes - One Love Foundation
Sexting is just one of those things that's going to happen, and there's no point denying it or trying to stop people from sending their sexy tests. The best thing we can do is educate people on how to do it safer, and to empower them only to send nudes or erotic pics if they're really comfortable, and actually want to. A Reddit user recently started an AskMen thread asking, "How important are naughty photos for a relationship? I am not talented and I suck at taking photos. Would not wanting to send and share naughty photos be a deal breaker or a turn off for you?
How 20 guys really feel when women send them nudes
The first time I ever took a nude, or what I called an artsy nude, was in high school. Then, one day, I realized I could post them, too, from one of my private accounts. I loved turning to paintings of renaissance women and Greek goddesses for inspiration.
One of the interesting side effects of recent self-isolation measures is that people seem to be getting hornier. Below, our best advice on how to take a great nude, whether or not you own a full-length mirror. Natural lighting is generally good, so if you have a room in your matchbox apartment that gets some sun in the afternoon, take advantage of it on your lunch break. If not, a well-placed desk lamp is very useful.