Every lady has the right to get her naked selfie on, but here's the thing: Those sexy pics of you don't always stay between you and the lucky person you're sending them to. And when those photos get loose, they're pretty much impossible to take back. What's worse, those leaked images can seriously screw with your future. But before you commit to a life of Amish-level technology use, you should know that there are things you can do to help keep those naughty snaps safe. That said, you can beef up your digital security to protect those sexts. For an Android, go into the Android apps screen, tap the "Settings" icon, the "More" tab, the "Security" icon, and then the "Encrypt Device" option, he says.
Taylor Swift: The Latest Celeb To Take Nude Photos Of Herself?
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You've probably taken a nude selfie or two in your life, but did you love it? Like, really love it? Chances are that in the past, you may have taken at least 20 or so naked selfies before finding a photo that captured exactly the image you wanted to save or send. But have no fear — there are plenty of ways to make your experience taking nudes much more satisfying. Check out the handy list below for nine tried-and-tested tips that will have your naked selfies looking gorgeous from the very first shot. People don't stand naked in front of a mirror focusing on acceptance very often.
Et tu, Taylor? Taylor Swift might just be the latest celebrity to be caught on camera with her clothes off, if one gossip website is to be believed. According to Fox News , a website called Celebity Jihad posted a naked photo of a woman that it claims is the year-old country sweetheart, although Taylor's reps vehemently denies it. Taylor's lawyer even sent the gossip site a threatening letter, citing copyright infrigement for posting "false pornographic images" and "false news" and demanded that the photo be taken down immediately.
Sexting is sending, receiving, or forwarding sexually explicit messages, photographs, or videos, primarily between mobile phones, of oneself to others. It may also include the use of a computer or any digital device. The first published use of the term sexting was in a article in the Australian Sunday Telegraph Magazine. Sexting has become more common with the rise in camera phones and smartphones with Internet access, that can be used to send explicit photographs as well as messages.