The right tone can put you two in a sexy mood hours before you see each other and set the stage for a passionate night.
Just keep the texts short—you’re not writing a romance novel here—but spiked with juicy details.
The findings dispel the idea that women adopt a higher, more feminine tone when they find a man attractive, like the stereotype damsel in distress.
Instead, they are more likely to put on a husky voice such as that of the television presenter Mariella Frostrup or the actress Joanna Lumley.
That’s a shame, because new research shows that sexting has a definite upside: Sending racy texts to your partner not only ignites things between the sheets, it boosts your confidence, strengthens your bond, and helps you two explore ways to express yourselves sexually. Of course, none of these benefits matter if you sext too early in a relationship, share the wrong delicate data, or put your chats and snaps at risk of falling into the wrong hands—those of a hacker or a partner who proves to be untrustworthy.
These five sexting guidelines will help charge up your sex life without putting a dent in your privacy. A guy might give great sext, but if there’s no in-person chemistry, you’ve just shared a lot of personal info with someone you have zero interest in, explains Emily Morse, sexologist and host of the Sexting builds big anticipation and hints at things to come, says Morse, so it’s ideal for creating pre-sex heat and tension.
“I’ve always been a relationship type of person, but guys are a**holes.
I think it’s a sign from god to focus on my career 100 percent instead of focusing on a relationship.
WARDROBE FOR THE SHOW“You can expect a lot of different outfits because I’m trying to bring it. She’s just always been dope.” HIGHEST HEEL “I’d have to say my 5-inch Louboutins.For the past nine seasons, the 28-year-old has been the co-host for MTV’s “Ridiculousness,” but now she’s making bigger waves with her music career and taking fans along for the journey as the new cast member of VH1’s “Love & Hip-Hop: Hollywood.” The reality series, now in its fourth season, also features R&B singers Keyshia Cole and Ray J, airing Monday at 8 p.m. that she plans to show fans plenty of fashion and hip-hop, but no romance.“I don’t have any love on the show — so I guess my love interest is my music, so you’ll see that,” she said.You don’t have to kick off the convo with four-letter words; Morse suggests erring on the side of playful rather than pornographic at first.(Think: "I’m still all worked up from what happened last night” or "I’m infatuated with how soft your lips are.") Then get as graphic as your comfort level allows.