Should I send a Dick Pic? NO! Send one of these sexts instead.

Should I send a Dick Pic? NO! Send one of these sexts instead.

Ok so the dick pic has put a bit of a damper on online dating and modern courtship, I actually like to look at the ones my girl friends get sent. While there’s nothing inherently wrong with a sexy pic, and it can be incredibly hot if you’re really familiar with your partner, or you’re positive they want. It’s really when it comes unrequested, and that makes it a little jarring and WAY WAY too forward. There are more and more blogs being written by women who are getting more frustrated by unwanted sexual advances. Check out this one by our friend Biscuit couture where they go into detail about the shit men that have begun to plague their social media.

So let’s dig deeper do you really think you are even turning on the receiver as much as you’d like to think. Did you know (I know people have told you) many women get more aroused by you tying into there imagination than by having a visual Dick Pic right in front of them?

“Being turned on purely by visual stimuli is more commonly effective for cis-gendered men, but cis-gendered women tend to be more responsive to a story especially those specific to them because it activates them emotionally, which is a huge component of female arousal.”

So what I thought would be good is to share some sexts women would rather receive than another yet another unrequested DICK PIC.

Should I send a Dick Pic? NO! Send one of these sexts instead.

Dream up the, effect your partner has on you make them think it too.

‘I was just dreaming about you and now my pants are much tighter all of a sudden.’ 

You’re describing to your partner how you are turning them on and what you are experiencing.

Now you have brought up a sexy memory, dig deeper

You can never go wrong with texting something hot that’s already happened. That way, your partner can visualize what you’re thinking about, relive the moment themselves, and it lets them know exactly what you loved about that sexual encounter.

’I can’t stop thinking about the time when we were at the beach under the blanket, and you slowly started to undress me and touch me all over.’ 

This gives them a mental note for the next time you’re actually having sex you like when they move slow plus it serves up plenty of different directions to take the conversation.

Should I send a Dick Pic? NO! Send one of these sexts instead.

Take a mundane moment at work and make it sexy.

‘I’m stuck in this meeting and all I can think about is you bending me over the kitchen table later.’ 

Sexting is digital foreplay, you’re letting your partner know that you’re thinking about having sex with them while you’re at your day job. This text will give your partner something to think about for the rest of the day. And when you get home, you’ll probably get bent over the kitchen table.

Tell your partner how much you love their body.

I can’t wait to come home and explore your curves, just thinking about your body turns me on. I want to show you how much it turns me on.’

You’re telling your partner why you are turned on. Instead of sending a dick pic to show that you’re turned on, you describe why. And this provides reassurance to a body-conscious partner that you find their body not only sexy but also arousing.

So with these examples, there can be many more why not share some below and show others how you tell your partner how much you want to honor/worship/explore there entire body, how are you going to make them feel like a total goddess.

Should I send a Dick Pic? NO! Send one of these sexts instead.
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Being turned on purely by visual stimuli (The Dick Pic) is more commonly effective for cis-gendered men, cis-gendered women are more responsive to a story.
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