If the worlds of Hollywood and Washington have taught us anything about the private lives of celebrities and politicians, it’s that sexting is bad. Really bad. When dirty photos or naughty words get leaked to the press, there’s a media storm for days or even weeks following, slut shaming the woman involved (even if the messages were sent in a committed relationship) and causing people to lose credibility, respect or even their jobs in certain cases. But what if it’s not actually as bad as the paparazzi has made us believe? This post from Elite Daily looks into a study done at Drexel University that aims to prove sexting is actually really good for us, and even better for our sex lives.
There are a number of benefits that sexting can have for a relationship or an individual, ranging from a fun way to relieve stress to helping to keep a couple's bond strong when they're apart. It also lets you explore your true sexual needs and desires, and communicate them to your partner, without having to have a potentially awkward in person conversation before or during sex. So, if you haven't explored a sensual sexting session with your partner yet, try it for science.
Read the full article here: What Are You Wearing? Science Wants You to Sext Your Damn Heart Out