How to Sext like a Professional

When asked for her best advice on how to engage in a sext conversation,  Madison replied, ” You would think that someone like me would have all the answers, but I don’t. All I know is that I just treat sexting and phone sex like I would anything else in my life. I set boundaries to what I will and will not accept.” Everything has rules and chatting is no exception to the rule.

People expect you to act a certain way online.  This rule applies to forums, social media platforms, and niche websites.  Until you learn the ropes you are considered a noobie.  A noobie must learn the rules of conduct for each website and act accordingly.  They are expected to ask questions from veteran users and do research.  When they show effort they are rewarded with tips, techniques, and tiny tidbits.

Why do we assume learning how to sext would be any different?  It isn’t.

She makes a great point.

Madison is a professional phone sex operator who makes money sexting, modeling and engaging in adult chat.

When asked what are some of the rules she thinks are the most important, she said, “It is sad that you even have to ask. You would think that most of them involve common sense and human decency”

And with that, she offered 8 of the best chat tips you will ever get.

  1. It is not that easy to sext with a person that you’ve never met.  It takes a bit of time to become familiar with the other person’s needs and comfort level. Unless you are sexting with a professional, don’t jump in so quick.  Chat first, sex later.
  2. Be flirty, not needy.  There is nothing sexy about sounding like you have not had sex since the dawn of mankind.
  3. Only romantics read Harlequin novels. Be imaginative, but be brief. If you keep the person hanging on one text too long they will get bored.
  4. Be descriptive.  It is better to say I want to lick up and down your leg, softly and slowly until I reach the tip of your nose…than to say, I want to lick your leg.
  5. Make sure to read the message before you send it.  I want to lick your cat instead of the obvious word does not sound quite as appealing.
  6.  Autocorrect is not your friend.  Check your message before sending.  Do I need to repeat this one?
  7. Excessive emoji is not cute.  It makes the person feel like they are not worth the time to write the words.
  8. Finally, asking someone to send a nude image ten times is not going to get them to send it.  NO means NO!