It’s pretty much a scientific fact that sexting is one of the hottest ways to connect with someone. (Okay, maybe not “scientific” but you get where I’m going with this.) Whether you’re at the beginning stages of a relationship or have been together forever, a lil sext here and there is a fun way to mix things up.
However, let’s feel real, the entire build is quite wide. Do sexting imply sending images? Films? Very much eggplant emojis?
Pretty much all of the above, says Jasmine Akins, a sexual health educator at Normally Community Health. “Sexting is sending any sexual material (images, messages, memes, gifs, etc.) via cell phone, email, Instant message, DM (you get the idea).”
This means peach emojis, underwear photos, and the descriptive paragraphs about what you’d like to do to your partner after a long day at work all fall under the sexting category.