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Do you have a naked photo(s) of your partner or ex-partner on your phone?

I was having a discussion with my friends earlier today on whether they had ever sent a naked or 'naughty' photo to a partner and/or received one.

Out of 14 of us, 12 had done one or the other. Which shocked me in many ways, I know we live in the 21st century and perhaps sending naked snaps is the new hand written love letter, but I thought (obviously naively) that people still had morales and self-respect.

As much as I love to see and be with my partner naked, having a naked photo of her on my phone turns her from being my girlfriend to, well, a piece of meat.
(For the record I have never sent a naked photo but I've had girls who've sent me them, which I have deleted right away.)

It also seems to me that the majority of the time having naked photos of yourself or someone else on your phone can get you into more trouble than it's worth.
When I was at school (6th form, so above the age of consent) numerous people got into trouble for spreading naked photos after a bad break up or even positing them online and I've also seen something similiar happen in the work place.

I'm interested to see what people's thoughts are on this subject.

In in the next 5/10 years will sending a nude photo of yourself to a potential partner be something people are expected to do?

Thanks!

(For the record I'm not saying whether it's right or wrong. I can see reasons to back both. I'm just interested in other people's view points on the matter.)
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I don't see the problem of it.

It's all just a bit exciting, espesh in an LDR or when you're bored at school.

It's good fun, and I think it's possible to do it without reducing someone to meat. You can be dignified and send naked pics.
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(Original post by Baloney)
Do you have a naked photo(s) of your partner or ex-partner on your phone?

I was having a discussion with my friends earlier today on whether they had ever sent a naked or 'naughty' photo to a partner and/or received one.

Out of 14 of us, 12 had done one or the other. Which shocked me in many ways, I know we live in the 21st century and perhaps sending naked snaps is the new hand written love letter, but I thought (obviously naively) that people still had morales and self-respect.

As much as I love to see and be with my partner naked, having a naked photo of her on my phone turns her from being my girlfriend to, well, a piece of meat.
(For the record I have never sent a naked photo but I've had girls who've sent me them, which I have deleted right away.)

It also seems to me that the majority of the time having naked photos of yourself or someone else on your phone can get you into more trouble than it's worth.
When I was at school (6th form, so above the age of consent) numerous people got into trouble for spreading naked photos after a bad break up or even positing them online and I've also seen something similiar happen in the work place.

I'm interested to see what people's thoughts are on this subject.

In in the next 5/10 years will sending a nude photo of yourself to a potential partner be something people are expected to do?

Thanks!

(For the record I'm not saying whether it's right or wrong. I can see reasons to back both. I'm just interested in other people's view points on the matter.)
Haha, this guy in my class even sent said photos to the teachers of another girl :rofl2:

That bump doe.
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I don't see the problem of it.

It's all just a bit exciting, espesh in an LDR or when you're bored at school.

It's good fun, and I think it's possible to do it without reducing someone to meat. You can be dignified and send naked pics.
I agree, there are times when sending such photos is maybe more understandable. (like LDR)
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Do you have a naked photo(s) of your partner or ex-partner on your phone?

I was having a discussion with my friends earlier today on whether they had ever sent a naked or 'naughty' photo to a partner and/or received one.

Out of 14 of us, 12 had done one or the other. Which shocked me in many ways, I know we live in the 21st century and perhaps sending naked snaps is the new hand written love letter, but I thought (obviously naively) that people still had morales and self-respect.

As much as I love to see and be with my partner naked, having a naked photo of her on my phone turns her from being my girlfriend to, well, a piece of meat.
(For the record I have never sent a naked photo but I've had girls who've sent me them, which I have deleted right away.)

It also seems to me that the majority of the time having naked photos of yourself or someone else on your phone can get you into more trouble than it's worth.
When I was at school (6th form, so above the age of consent) numerous people got into trouble for spreading naked photos after a bad break up or even positing them online and I've also seen something similiar happen in the work place.

I'm interested to see what people's thoughts are on this subject.

In in the next 5/10 years will sending a nude photo of yourself to a potential partner be something people are expected to do?

Thanks!

(For the record I'm not saying whether it's right or wrong. I can see reasons to back both. I'm just interested in other people's view points on the matter.)
My honest opinion; I really don't agree with it. If you really love your partner then you can see each other naked when you're together but having nudes on you're phone is calling for trouble. What if they spread or you have an argument. It's not right. If you really love them I believe you wouldn't need pictures to nurture your desires
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My friend's former romantic interest screenshoted nudes from Snapchat and saved on Dropbox to "make sure she can't one-up him".

Needless to say, he's no longer a romantic interest.
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I think people need to be more careful than they are... I have sent my partner pics when we've been apart (e.g. during university holidays) but he said without prompting that he would always delete them asap just to be safe
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Wtf that's disgusting
You do not own women
And should not be allowed to even say that
You make me sick
http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/atta...d=362807&stc=1


EDIT: What does "picture pending approval" mean.. Hmm...
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I've sent and received nudes before, but she's not my girlfriend. There aren't any feelings involved.
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It can be a way of trying to maintain some sort of intimacy in LDRs. You have to be careful though because once you send it, you don't have any control over it anymore...you really have to trust the person you're sending them to!
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No I would never take one of myself, doing a computer course at uni I'm well aware of the risks and how easy it is to print screen and put all over the internet
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Meh.

Pictures are so yawn.....Video`s are where its at. I have a fair few that I've been sent.
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What's wrong with sending nudes? Gets me off, gets m'lady off. Well, for 10 seconds at a time anyway. Damn you, Snapchat!
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Electronic nude photos seem too risky to me, especially when you see what happened to all those celebs last August who had their pics leaked online. But I'd maybe consider doing Polaroids and locking them in a safe.😬🔒
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I wouldn't send one for a variety of reasons - it's too risky (there's always a chance a friend will be looking through his phone and come across them), I hate taking photos of myself at the best of times and there's always the chance you might accidentally send it to the wrong person or something. I'd much rather sext.
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No but I wouldn't keep nudes on my phone of anyone anyway.
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All I'm saying is that if my phone went missing or got stole,I'm hella ******
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Depends if my face is showing, definitely wouldn't send a sexy photo with my face attached to anybody. But other than that I'm not bothered, I can just deny it.
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I have sent them before but won't again as he sent them to our friends. They weren't fully naked at least.
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(Original post by kurofune)
My friend's former romantic interest screenshoted nudes from Snapchat and saved on Dropbox to "make sure she can't one-up him".

Needless to say, he's no longer a romantic interest.
This culture of revenge porn we live in is vile. The fact that anyone has to save nudes of someone else as leverage in order to protect their own interests or to blackmail others is a sign of how depraved some areas of our society are becoming.

I don't have any nudes on my phone. A few hot pics (), but no nudes. The optimist in me says consenting adults should have every right to exchange nudes freely, but the pessimist in me says that it's a terrible idea when you think of how sadistic some people are and when you have no idea what they might do with those images.
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