And, there are ways to mitigate (not "avoid," but mitigate) some of the risks.
A few of them might sound like common sense, while other tips are more technological in nature.
We urge you not to give your real name, location, address or phone number to anyone you meet in a chatroom.
This is to protect your privacy and keep you safe." The fact that users often seek A/S/L information in "initial interactions" implies an "emphasis on the physical body online".
Let's be perfectly clear: Sexting will never be 100 percent safe.
If you do not want to take any risks, you should not sext. But at the end of the day, a lot of people are going to sext anyway.For better or worse, electronic communications are part of our lives. So if you're going to be sexting, you should learn exactly what the risks are so you can assess them and deal with them. Your guide to safer sexting starts with a quick overview of what we mean by "sexting." While some people define sexting as digitally sharing nude or explicit photos and videos only, we also include text-based messages of a sexual nature in our definition.Sexting does not necessarily mean using any particular app or device.The curators/leaders are bullies and the weird thing was that people love those bullies!AMINO itself can include chats about pokemon but then members send you pornographic images (Seriously!? I found Amino on daughter's phone when doing a check.