This Comic Shows You The Right Way To Share Private Sexy Selfies (NSFW)

This Comic Shows You The Right Way To Share Private Sexy Selfies (NSFW)

Just a few weeks ago, we highlighted an Oh Joy Sex Toy comic that explained when it’s OK to share someone else’s private sexy selfies (hint: Never.) This week Erika Moen is back with another comic with tips on how to take and share yours with people you trust, and it’s packed with good information.

We’ve covered the technical side of this before, from encryption to making sure you use the right tools for the job, but Erika’s comic explains the human side of things in a way that’s easy to read and understand, even for the empathy-challenged among us. (FYI: The comic is quite NSFW, so keep that in mind before clicking.)

From why it’s important that high school sweethearts keep their cameras turned off to making sure that everyone — from you to the person you’re sending to or receiving from — actually agree that they want those sexy shots before anyone takes and sends them, the whole comic is spot on, and includes the tips we warned about earlier: Never share sexy photos you receive. Ever. No excuses.

Finally, the comic highlights some precautions you can take to make sure that if those photos ever do turn up somewhere you don’t want them, that they’re not identifiable or recognisable. Hit the link below to read the whole thing.

How to Selfie Like a Boss [Oh Joy Sex Toy]

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