This launched a thousand think pieces and led to concerned parents everywhere asking their awkward teenagers if they’d ever tried “sexting” and advising them, in expert tones, to “never include your head in the shot”.
Perhaps as a reaction to this, anecdotal evidence (random chats I’ve had with friends between bourbons) suggests there’s been a distinct downswing in the number of anonymous photos being sent to potential mates you’ve met online.
I was intrigued to see how many would be willing to share their personal dick stories.
Gone are the days of following up a Tinder match with an artfully shot erection, always lit for maximum veininess for reasons which will forever be beyond me.Dating is hard enough without having to spend hours flicking through the likes of these.Yes, the floral headband reminds you of Coachella, who doesn’t look better with a crown of butterflies and we all know how ridiculously flattering the dog face filter is, what with its airbrushing and soft lighting. It’s fairly self-explanatory that someone’s going to want to see your face without the coffee mug you got from Urban Outfitters obscuring it.And now, it’s done one better and banned mirror selfies from its site.After all, few things are more annoying than a selfie taken in front of a bathroom mirror with a phone covering half the person’s face.