- the sending of sexually explicit digital images, videos, text messages, or emails, usually by cell phone.
Origin of sexting
- to send someone a sexually explicit digital image, video, text message, or email, typically a photo of oneself, usually by cell phone.
- a sexually explicit digital image, text message, etc., sent to someone usually by cell phone.
Origin of sext2
Examples from the Web for sexting
And The Sun Also Rises has Jake sexting Brett a picture of his war-damaged member.What Would Jane Eyre Sext?
December 23, 2014
“Parents can be reassured with the finding that sexting may predate sexual behavior,” said Dr. Temple.Sexting Is the New ‘First Base’
October 9, 2014
But is “sexting” among pre-teens more explicit or more common than teenage sexual games of the past?One In Four Tweens Sexts—So What?
January 8, 2014
Sexting can be fun and games, until somebody posts your naked selfie on a website with no permission.When Sexting Gets Ugly: Flirting Can Become Fodder for Revenge Porn
January 7, 2014
"Sexting, Shame and Suicide" by Nina Burleigh, Rolling Stone.The Week’s Best Longreads for September 21, 2013
September 21, 2013
- mainly RC Church the fourth of the seven canonical hours of the divine office or the prayers prescribed for it: originally the sixth hour of the day (noon)
- RC Church an official compilation of decretals issued by Boniface VIII in 1298 to supplement the five books of the Liber Extra. It forms part of the Corpus Juris CanoniciIn full: Liber Sextus
Word Origin and History for sexting
early 15c., "third of the lesser canonical hours," from Latin sexta (hora), fem. of sextus, ordinal of sex (see six).