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According to E! Online, "the images include a series of salacious cell phone self-portraits in a variety of poses. Some photos feature her parading around in two-piece athletic gear. Others show her modeling a variety of outfits, including a skimpy "I'm a Slave 4 U" bikini similar to what she wore in Glee's famous Britney Spears episode. Others feature her clothes-less, striking a series of seductive poses. CelebSlam first published the images the tipster sent. The site claims they're legit, citing a tattoo that matches one Heather has flashed in previous photos."
Because Heather didn't post these pictures herself, she obviously didn't intend for anyone else to see them. They weren't meant to have a viewing audience. Since they were on her cell, I presume they were intended for someone. Maybe she was sexting.
Even if a non-celebrity woman is dating a prince of a guy who would never betray her and air sext messages publicly, she still runs the risk of losing her phone. The sexts can easily be intercepted. I have yet to hear a story where there's an upside to sexting. Unfortunately, it always ends for the worse. Women feel humiliated, ashamed, embarrassed, and regret their decision.
This is why it's better to keep your clothes on. You might think sexting will help you gain a man's attention. Maybe this is true in the short-term, but he won't see you as a serious girlfriend or wife. In essence, you're losing power. You are no longer someone who he regards as having the ultimate class. He might start changing his attitude towards you in little ways and begin initiating all contact with sexual overtones.
If you don't believe any of this is true, let's just say it isn't Rules. Ellen and Sherrie tell women to act "busy, busy, busy" when dating someone. They should be so busy dating other men that they simply have no time to sext. Think of it this way -- even if you're fine with your sexts being outed, you're telling a man that you really want his attention. It's just desperate. Don't be that girl.
Tell me what you think! Do you agree that sexting hurts relationships?
Until next time...
Shine like Platinum!
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