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Asking for a Friend is a weekly Sex and Relationships column hosted by Arts and Culture writer Dana Sparks and fueled by your curiosities. And if there is, how do I do it? If so, also how? Forty percent of men and 36 percent of women send nudesaccording to a survey by Zava of two thousand people in the U. A majority of the surveyed men are in either long-term or casual relationships, which is different than the women. Women report feeling more inclined to share in long-term relationships and with their spouses.
The study mentioned one difference in particular between men and women when exchanging nudes that is important to note: Women are more likely to be mindful of the consequences or risks of sharing naked or explicit photos. And rightfully so, I might add. Earlier this year, the New York Times reported that a Long Island middle school teacher lost her job over a topless photo that was circulated among students.
Allegedly, this woman shared the picture with a now former colleague that she was dating — how the student got ahold of the image is unclear at this point. The Data and Society Research Institute reported that one in 25 Americans has had their intimate photos shared without consent and a disproportionate amount of those effected are women.
It could result in a misdemeanor for the first offense, but could become a felony for repeat offenders.
For example, do you know who owns your nudes: you or Snapchat? So, I mean it when I say I love nudes and so do many others, but you must be very careful and considerate. Sending intimate photos, videos, audio or text can be a way to build excitement, feel appreciated or even just feel sexy about yourself.
If you get the green light, I would experiment.
Embrace your body and play with what makes you feel good. Sometimes, the best nude is simply what stimulates the imagination. Dana is a photojournalist specializing in long-format storytelling — particularly regarding gender and social justice topics. She is the Daily Emerald Sex and Relationships columnist. This is her third year at the Emerald.
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