Sunday, May 30, 2010
Question of the Day: When does "sexting" cross the line?
So you're out one night, drinking with your pals and you meet a great guy! By the end of the evening, you exchange numbers and agree to meet up soon. The next day you hear the familiar "ding" on your phone and your heart skips a beat when you look at it and realize it's your new stud muffin checkin' in to see what's up. The easy, frivolous bantering begins and the next thing you know, he's growing more and more "amorous" in his replies. You're digging it, kind of, but the element of suggestion is making you contemplate where, exactly, this is going.
Soon enough he's asking you what you're wearing and if you've ever experimented with "toys." I think we all know where this is going...
So my question is, when is "sexting" too soon in a new relationship? Are you offended when the line gets crossed from suggestive to explicit? Or do you enjoy "sexting" as a safe alternative to hooking up too soon?