To Sext or Not to Sext?

Nov 19, 10

It’s just human nature to find sexual uses for new technology; thus sexting has become a popular way to flirt, cock-tease and even initiate physical booty calls. But with mobile phones becoming a staple for teenagers, its just another avenue for adolecent sexuality that society starts panicking about policing.
In Apple’s pursuit of a wholesome image, plans are now underway for an anti-sexting device for the iPhone, to be controlled by parents.

The parental control application evaluates whether or not the communication contains approved text based on, for example, objective ratings criteria or a user’s age or grade level, and, if unauthorized, prevents such text from being included in the text-based communication.

Kids will just have to get more creative with their 160 characters or less sexy-times.
via: Nerve

In other sexting news, Australia’s first sexting case involves an 18 year old man and a 13 year old girl. Damien Eades is charged with incitement of a person under 16 to commit an act of indecency, by asking the girl to send him a naked picture of herself – which her father then discovered. SMH has some of the texts the two friends sent to each other, leaving Eades to face a potential penalty of up to two years in prison. They certainly aren’t the sexiest sexts you’ll ever read.

For some above the legal age limit – if not above board – texts, head to Texts From Last Night, and you’ll find gems like these:

“Just so you know I would totally fuck you. Does that count as a feeling?”

“Please do NOT set off the smoke alarm when I am tied to the bed like this…”

“I woke up to you in just boxers at my door at 7a.m. with you saying how many squrriels you counted on the walk back, then you made me penis shaped pancakes”

“You told me when we were leaving the club if I could pin point your nipple through your padded bra you would show me if I was right.”

Or if you prefer phone sex to sexting, make sure you listen to SonicErotica’s Magnolia in “Talk To Me.