Sexting for adults

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Either your web browser doesn't support Javascript or it is currently turned off. In the latter case, please turn on Javascript support in your web browser and reload this page. Free to read. Sexting has stirred debate over its legality and safety, but few researchers have documented the relationship between sexting and health.

Sexting: the Technological Evolution of the Sexual Revolution

Adult Sexting on the Rise - Safe Sexting Tips and Advice for Boomers

When I referred to it as "sexting" she was shocked. It's fun. It turns out grownups in committed relationships are, increasingly, doing it for pleasure and "fun," as one survey found. Also, according to researchers, the whole concept of "sexting" has evolved, or at least is evolving: from a risky, sordid and sometimes-dangerous activity among teens, to, as one therapist more below says, a way to add some sexual "simmering" to a relationship that may need spicing up.

In survey, 88% of U.S. adults said they had sexted and 96% of them endorsed it

Once upon a time, cell phones got cameras, teens got cell phones and — as legend has it — sexting was born. By the late aughts, a veritable moral panic had emerged surrounding the allegedly epidemic rise of teen sexting. As a middle schooler at the time, I and my cell-phone wielding peers were hauled into the auditorium on numerous occasions and lectured on the grave dangers of taking off our clothes and sending pictures via SMS. A few years later saw the rise of Snapchat, and with the promise of vanishing nudes, anxieties about sexting seemed to evaporate as well.
But, as the social habits of our patients change, are we keeping current of the changes we need to make to identify problems that may lead to psychiatric sequelae in the future? Specifically, what is the impact of online sexual behavior and associated factors that have become so prevalent in our current society. Over the course of human history, there have always been periods of evolution and transformation of existing thought processes in the social, political, and cultural climate. Moreover, personal, artistic, and sexual expression has also evolved over time. As with most social shifts, some of these changes have brought unforeseen and unintended consequences and, ultimately, the need for society to address these consequences and associated risks.