Online sexting room
Does your partner ask for sexually explicit pictures of you? You have the right to choose whether or not you want to engage in any kind of sexual activity, and that includes sexting with your partner.
You deserve to feel safe and respected in your relationship at all times. Healthy relationships are built on trust, not jealousy.
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You might think that sexting is something risky and dangerous that your teenage child has been pressured into doing.
If your partner is pressuring or forcing you to sext when you don’t want to, or if you sexted privately with your partner and they are breaking your trust by threatening to share your photos or texts, these are abusive behaviors. Any nude photos or videos of someone under the age of 18 could be considered child pornography, which is illegal to own or distribute. You have the right to privacy and the ability to talk to whomever you like.
You may want to explain to your partner that you have nothing to hide, but that you don’t like them going through your phone or deciding who your friends are.
If your partner texts too much, it’s not only irritating, but it could unhealthy.
Keeping in touch with your significant other throughout the day can be thoughtful, but constant contact may be a sign of controlling behavior.