For teens, sexting is considered risky, even damaging, to their sexual health and futures.  Yet, kinseyconfidential.com, suggests that for adults in a consensual relationship, sexting may be a good thing. Based on a study published by Dr. Trent Parker and researchers at the University of Kentucky, sexting may be a way to help couples in therapy. “Sexting was related to greater consensus in the couple relationship and… a hedonistic behavior” for married and adult dating couples, thus deepening the relational and sexual connection.  Sexting can also be a means of comfortably communicating  and gauging sexual desires or fantasies before bringing them up face-to-face.

Read the full article here: Sexting Often Portrayed as Negative…But What Are the Positives?

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