I am actually a relatively big fan of sexting for myself, and as a teen did a lot of cybersex which was great (and some fine creative writing practise!)
But now I have really felt like I've had to curb that part of my sexuality... because as far as I can see, most employers and/or the general public consider it the fault of a person if their images get leaked, as if they have done something really stupid by trusting the privacy offered to them by partners. I just find that really depressing... if my trust has been betrayed why should I be reprimanded. But, as someone who wants to work with young people, it does seem that something like that would really get in the way if it fell into the wrong hands.
I guess the nerd in me also doesn't like that the internet is largely under the influence organisations who benefit from big data and cloud computing, and so that's where all our activity gets pushed, instead of in our own computers, etc, where we would be more empowered to decide how our info is used.
"In between two tall mountains there's a place they call lonesome.
Don't see why they call it lonesome.
I'm never lonesome when I go there." Connie Converse - Talkin' Like You