Within a few weeks of each other, two friends of mine in the Bay Area independently received a text with the same unsolicited photo of a woman's bra-clad, but otherwise exposed, cleavage sent from an area code in central Pennsylvania last month. Both of them, curious as to the provenance of the boobs, replied and asked who was texting them. It was clear some scam was afoot. But what was it? They wanted to know the endgame. Wondering what is going on.
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The motives are surprisingly complex. Sexting naked or suggestive photos to a partner is pretty common these days. But why people sext explicit pics isn't always discussed. Of course, the obvious reason is to heat things up when you're not physically in the same place as your partner. But as one researcher discovered, the exact motives are surprisingly complex. Morgan Johnstonbaugh, a PhD candidate in the school of sociology at the University of Arizona, decided to do a study looking into what motivated young adults to sext images. She surveyed 1, college students during the academic year and asked them questions about their sexting habits.
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They say moms can have it all. But if that includes a random person texting me a photo of my kid, stark naked, standing in my window for all the neighborhood to see, I'll take a hard pass. That wasn't the case for Jeni Boysen, a mom of two boys in Cedar Rapids, IA, who foolishly thought she could take a five-minute shower while her 2-year-old son, Dax, was diapered up on the couch watching Peppa Pig. Although her toddler was still camped out in front of the TV when she came out of the shower, she got a text that he'd been up to something. It was a photo of Dax standing, completely naked, on the second-floor windowsill — and he appeared to be looking right into the camera.