Ask your partner to read it at the same time you’re reading it.
Copy and paste the specific sentences that you really like, or discuss your favorite scenes. Text your partner and ask them to guess something about your clothing.
You can start the story off innocently enough, but slowly start to make it more sexual. If you or your partner are too shy to write your own erotica (or have writer’s block in the moment), you can read other people’s erotica instead.
When you know your partner has some free time, send a link to an erotica website.
“And then remember when I told you to come over and sit next to me?
” If you’re still not getting a bite, ask, “what happened next?
Do you have any ideas for sexting games we could play, plus ways to get him to respond?
I don’t want to get left hanging and feel embarrassed! It can be really hard to keep the fires burning in a long-distance relationship, so I commend you and your partner for making an active effort to stay connected.
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