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It’s worth having conversations with the intended recipient about your apprehension and getting a verbal agreement to keep things private. Absolutely not, but the person can’t pretend you didn’t say, “Don’t leak my nudes!
” We see a lot of “exposing” on social media, usually after relationships turn sour, particularly in a phenomenon called “revenge porn.” This is when someone takes sexually explicit images and shares them publicly, usually online, without consent. It’s against the law in an increasing number of states.
You can claim the nudes, explain that you sent them in confidence, express your feelings of betrayal, and ask that people stop spreading them.
That can backfire if the person proceeds with screenshots that prove you sent it though, so be mindful.
If taking pictures of your penis, let’s keep it real—you likely want to show off your size.
If you can brag about length, you want to make sure it translates in pictures.
You must know that any and everything you put online is forever, and can absolutely come back to haunt you.
I think most Internet users have regretted something they’ve written or posted online, wishing they can take it back.