Sex Chat

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Sex chat and all that

Here at Fetish.com, we've written before about the joys of sexting and cyber sex. Done anonymously with strangers online, it can be a wonderful way of exploring your kinks and figuring out your boundaries before taking the risk of translating things into real life. Used as part of an already-existing relationship it's an opportunity to spark up a little passion, keep things boiling over and help you feel connected to each other. If you're in a new relationship, these sexy messages will help you figure out what they're into and make the sex you have when you're physically together better than you could have imagined.

What is sex chat?

It can be called cyber sex or even sexting, it’s indulging in sexy fun using words on a screen and sometimes is accompanied by sending sexy selfies but that’s an optional extra.

Is sex chat safe?

It is. Always think twice before giving out your personal details and remember, if you send nudes they could be sent on to other people or put onto the internet for anyone to see. Be sure you trust who you’re sending your sexts and images too.

Is sex chat cheating?

If your partner/s don’t know that you’re sexting someone else then it’s definitely cheating. Always communicate and remember consent is key. However, if everyone is informed and happy then a little sexy texting with another person is a great way to add a little spice to life.

What is the best way to sex chat?

Think about what you’re going to type before you do, pay attention to what the other person is typing and respond to it accordingly. Also type in full words as much as you can. It might be difficult when you’re getting to climax but let your cyber sex partner know before just starting the ooooooooooooooooooh responses. It’s also polite to not just disappear once you’ve come, remember there’s another person involved and they need to get there’s too!

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