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Topics are same sex marriage, female sexuality, openness about sex and LBQT issues were discussed.

There does appear to be an “empowerment” thanks to the internet on sharing personal views on sexuality and not being afraid of being of backlash.

The terms “Sliding Into The DMs” and the conversion of emojis like “🍑” and “🍆” into sexual objects has been almost standard on the internet.

But sexting sometimes crosses the line when men tend to send women pictures of their privates either through Snapchat or other social media platforms.

There is a running joke on the internet about this.

This type of thing was probably happening years ago but with the internet and mobile phones, it’s so easy now to just click and send.

A couple of years ago, people would hardly want to discuss issues of sex in public.

There is still that hesitation with the onset of the internet and social media, discussions of that nature seem to be taking place a lot more frequently.

The rise of dating apps like Tinder has apparently had some effect on this.

But is the Ghanaian community receptive to these dating apps and online dating?

Because of Snapchat’s “disappearing” feature, sexting became much easier because photos or videos would disappear after they were viewed.