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“Sending nudes is great fun; I haven’t had anyone to send them to me for a while and I kind of miss that adrenaline rush,” she says.Unprompted nudes can have their place, she reckons, but “generally with someone who I’ve been chatting with or dating; I wouldn’t send them to a stranger”.“It’s a bit like in a gameshow when they wheel out the grand prize. ’”The rules around sending nudes seem fairly simple, but boundaries are overstepped constantly – usually by men.Most people would say an unsolicited dick pic is unwelcome – it’s much more polite to ask if they’d like one, or respond to a request – and yet men can’t seem to help themselves.In a relationship, of course, nude photos are a way of keeping the passion alive and they’re especially useful in long-distance relationships.No more fiddling with a Polaroid or hoping the Snappy Snaps guy developing your film won’t call the feds – digital photography allows us to be right there and ready.
There are literally hundreds of naked photos of me online now and I’ve photographed over 20 people in their forties with varying degrees of good and bad relationships with their bodies.”In the gay dating arena, perhaps, there’s more of a demand for nudes.Whether popping political opinions in a Twitter thread or Instagramming a pain au chocolat, it’s never been easier to let the world know who you are.Technological advances have revolutionised dating experiences and sex lives too: apps, sexting, sex over Face Time, and, of course, the big one. The term “send nudes” is such second nature for anyone on a dating app or social media that it quickly became a meme and can be seen graffitied all over the world.It’s well-known the regular, jeans-on selfies can be a confidence boost – either to reaffirm your attractiveness or garner interactions on social media – so it’s fairly obvious nudes can do the same for sexual confidence.Photographing yourself nude forces you to appraise your body afresh, there’s nowhere to hide; and while there’s every risk it could confirm your worst fears – there’s a reason I never photograph myself from below – seeing your body in that state can help you appreciate its wonder.