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How To Stay Safe Sending NSFW Photos And Videos

Your shemale sexting adventure with that hotty from Shemale Kik is getting really steamy and you’re thinking about some nudes, but how do you keep them away from sneaky eyes of others? We won’t lie to you, the first rule when you don’t want something to be revealed is – don’t do it. But, we all know it’s not always an acceptable rule and some danger always spices up the game. Well, spice things up, but don’t let it get out of hand. Do some basic stuff to keep yourself protected as much as possible. Nothing is one hundred percent safe, but some simple steps can at least keep you safer than if you took no precautions.

Snapchat SextingTo begin with, be careful when taking photos. Especially if you’re sexting with someone you’ve bumped into on a shemale Snapchat or shemale Kik forum. We aren’t say that people on these forums are just looking for a chance to use someone, but it’s still someone you don’t know. It’s not your wife or longtime girlfriend who’ll delete something for sure if you ask her to do so. It might never happen to you that someone blackmails you and your nude selfie might never get posted on the internet, but you should nonetheless do everything in your power to make it impossible.

The most important thing is to not take a photo of your face. It’s less appealing, we know, but it makes it very hard to prove that it’s your dick pic if your face isn’t included in it. Your face is the most obvious, but definitely not the only part of your body that can help someone recognize you. Birth marks, scars and especially tattoos, can be easily connected with you. So, make sure none of these get in the picture you’re sending to your sexting shemale partner.

Whether your face is shown or not, these pictures are saved in your phone, as well as in the phone of the person you’re sexting with. Unless you’re using Snapchat. Snapchat might be the most secure app for sexting because it erases all the photos after maximum 10 seconds. There’s a possibility your sexting partner makes a screenshot of your pic, but in that case, you’re notified by Snapchat that this happened and you can ask the person to delete it. So, if you don’t have a shemale sexting partner yet, maybe it would be the best idea to browse some Shemale Snapchat forums.

Also, try to avoid apps that save all your chat history, and pay some extra attention to apps like Viber that keep samples of all videos and photos you trade in a separated folder on your phone and computer. It’s also good to avoid sending and posting pictures via platforms that sync your activity on every device you use. So, if you send a photo on Facebook from your phone, it’ll also appear on your computer and on your friend’s computer where you’ve been logged in once and forgot to ever log out.

Snapchat LogoYou should also avoid posting from accounts that you use on several devices. And if you post some NSFW content online, it’s better to make an email account just for things like that, since you probably don’t want a video of you masturbating to pop up when someone from LinkedIn tries to Google you using your email address.

One more thing. Your phone is yours, but you’re probably not the only one using it. Your friend might take a look at your photos and stumble upon those nudes you’ve been sending to your shemale friend. Or your mother could try to take a family pic and the last photo you sexted appears in the corner. Don’t let this happen, your sexting history is your private thing and nobody should see it, not to mention judge it, so put them away. There are vault apps you can easily download and put all your sexting nudes locked there.

Don’t let anything stop you from enjoining the satisfaction of sexting. Let that girls from Shemale Snapchat give you some sexy time! Keep your NSFW material safe and take all the advantages of sexting.