The conversation about how women shouldn’t take and share their nudes online is over.
It’s nearly 2022, and it’s about time everyone wakes up to the reality that people will take and share as many nudes as they want to because, well, that’s their business.
What we should talk about instead is how and where people share their photos online safely, and we’d be happy to get this ball rolling ourselves with a quick guide to posting your nudes online!
So pull up your Notes app, and let’s dive into it, starting with some safety tips on sharing your nudes online:
1. Use a secure platform.
There’s no such thing as having too much control when it comes to sharing photos online, so find a secure platform that gives you privacy features like the ability to control who can view your photos and save them and see when they’re viewed.
2. Edit distinguishable features from your photos.
It’s better to be safe than sorry, so if being extra cautious is your MO, then crop out your face, tattoos, or any recognizable features in your photos before sharing.
3. Know your rights.
Before you share anything online, look up your country’s cyber laws so that if your nudes are shared without your permission, you’ll know who to contact for help.
So on to the fun part? Here are a few places you can share your favorite NSFW pics online:
While this app isn’t made for sharing nudes, its sensitivity media policy makes it an easy and relatively safe platform, and there’s a growing community of nudists to tap into.
Between Snapchat’s timed messages and the ability to see when people have taken a screenshot of your photo, the app is a safe bet for sharing nudes with people you trust.
What’s safer than sharing your nudes on a nudist social platform? On Perzik, you can personalize your feed, share on your own terms, and participate in an inclusive community that prioritizes safety and consent.
If you’re new to sharing your photos online or new to learning about how to do it safely, then join the community on Perzik! We have a feeling it’s the bare social network you’ve been waiting for.
Written by Reese Williams.
Reese is a full-time freelance copywriter and a part-time plant mom, cook, and thrift shop regular. When she’s not caring for her plant babies or cooking up a new dish she found on TikTok, you’ll usually find her online at fiverr.