She says she receives way more than she sends and if she does return them, it’s under her own terms.
“When I’ve been asked [to send a nude] it’s off the back of an unsolicited pic from them and they’ve requested tit for tat – literally.
Special apps like Private Photo Vault, Best Secret and Secret Calculator (the icon looks like a calculator so snoopers are unlikely to click on it, unless they too have the app of course) can remove nudes from your main photo library and protect them behind a passcode.
No more accidentally revealing more than you bargained for when your mates swipe through your holiday snaps.
There’s the view, perhaps, they “might as well”, but given they’re up against men actually using charm to encourage a dick pic request, do they really think it’ll get them one straight back in return?
There definitely seems to be a culture of pressuring for nudes in the gay community.”So if nudes are now totally normal – a pretty tame activity to younger generations, it seems – what’s stopping those who don’t send them?
Bea, a body positivity blogger who’s in her forties says, “Taking nudes has gone from being something that scared me because I didn’t think I was hot enough to something that’s increased my confidence hugely.
There are literally hundreds of naked photos of me online now and I’ve photographed over 20 people in their forties with varying degrees of good and bad relationships with their bodies.”In the gay dating arena, perhaps, there’s more of a demand for nudes.
Emma continues: “Friends of mine have said ‘it’s fine, I think I look great so whatever’ but I don’t think that’s really the point.
It’s not There’s a vestigial ickiness looking back at nudes you shared when you were younger.