Even if a picture is not child pornography, asking for or sending a nude/sexy photo can be an indecent act and this is a crime.An indecent act is usually a sexual act that the average person finds offensive.That said, here are 7 apps that might help you to be safe with sexting: When it first came out, Snapchat immediately became the biggest sexting app that everyone couldn't stop talking about because it automatically deleted images after a maximum of 10 seconds.But as we all soon found out, it wasn't as safe as it seemed to be - Snapchat users take a snapshot of your image and although you'll be notified about it, they'll still have that image on your phone. It’s usually something I don’t advise doing – any kind of text or image that can easily be saved by another person is always risky because it can always come back to haunt you.I’ve heard way too many naked picture horror stories (one of my good friends was blackmailed with them by her ex for years after they broke up) to not be wary about it. I know sexting is a huge trend and that a lot of people participate in it.
2) only sext with someone you trust and 3) only do it if you feel comfortable.It can also be a crime when it involves harassing people of any age (for example, sharing their pictures without permission).When sexting involves someone under 18, it can be ‘child pornography’ or an ‘indecent act’.The AARP Monthly magazine recently updated , advising tech-competent seniors to try sexting as a way to spice up the over-50 love life--complete with a “Sexting 101” section. Most sexting is, by itself, consensual, and intended to be innocuous.For example, individuals who are dating might send each other nude pictures.