I understand that sometimes you want to give your significant other a picture or two just to let them know you care. Unfortunately, when you send that picture out it’s gone. Your face, body, and whatever else is no longer yours to do with what you want. You have to take that into consideration before you press the button and hit send.
Technology can be a b**ch sometimes — it is false and true at the same time — while totally tricking us into a horribly false sense of security. With that being said, take all the pictures you want girl, but just remember that once it’s out there — it’s gone!
Jennette McCurdy: Hold On To Your Photos
I love a good picture. Me and Instagram are best friends but I know better than to post things that could potentially get me into trouble (or send things that could potentially get me into trouble).
No one should fault you for sending sexy pictures to the person you were in a relationship with, but you can fault yourself for not considering who you were sending the pictures to.
The problem of having your photos plastered all over the web might have been avoided by closely scrutinizing who you were sending the pictures to. Before you send something just ask yourself, “how well do I know this person?”
Jennette McCurdy: Learn From Your Mistakes
Simply asking yourself this question might keep you out of the spotlight in a negative light.
Some people would say you made a mistake and some people would say that you didn’t — that is for you to figure out. But whether you made a mistake or not, the best thing for you to do is learn from what happened as the result of your actions.
So the moral of the story is, it’s ok to take sexy pictures and send them out, but before you do please consider who you’re sending them to. Additionally, think about why you are sending what you’re sending, and just what consequences could arise from what you sent.
— Bryant Perkins