One of the interesting side effects of recent self-isolation measures is that people seem to be getting hornier. Below, our best advice on how to take a great nude, whether or not you own a full-length mirror. Natural lighting is generally good, so if you have a room in your matchbox apartment that gets some sun in the afternoon, take advantage of it on your lunch break. If not, a well-placed desk lamp is very useful. My friend Jane suggests setting your light source up so it comes from a single angle, which means you can work more easily with shadows; Annabelle, another friend, recommends two different light sources for further fine-tuning.
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Taking nude selfies is an act of erotic expression, and sharing them with a trustworthy partner can deepen your intimacy plus make for tantalizing foreplay. Sadly, the joys of this pastime are often eclipsed by anxiety over photos being stolen or shared without consent. As long as everyone involved enthusiastically consents at every step of the way, taking and sharing nude photos is one of the hottest things you can do. Read on for my expert tips at getting even more sext-ual pleasure out of nudes.
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I don't take or keep photos of myself on my phone, in general. I don't see the point to that and I don't get the whole "selfie" thing. Nor do I pay much attention to what I look like in the mirror other than to make sure my face, hair, and teeth are presentable before I go out.
Each person has all the freedom in the world to take that nude selfie for themselves or for their lucky partners, but not everyone is safe from the harsh consequences of the Internet. You might not be as much of a celeb like Kim Kardashian, Jennifer Lawrence, or Scarlett Johansson, but here's a little truth bomb for you: as soon as you decide to store that sexy photo on the online Cloud, you are automatically risking your privacy and increasing the likelihood that your photos will be hacked and posted online. Like most other things, it all boils down to gaining money and leverage. Hackers know that they can monetize on the bare bodies of the world's most famous celebrities, and this practice continues to happen way more frequently than we like to admit.