The #1 Way To Respond to His Sexual Texts

Picture this. A guy sends you a sexual text.

It’s a bit too dirty and inappropriate considering you haven’t known him very long. Maybe you could ignore it. Or you could get mad. You think of the best way to write down your thoughts in a text message. But you never seem to get the right tone. You want to tell him it’s not cool, but you don’t want to seem too bothered by it.

Basically, you just want to tell him to slooww down.

Check out this ONE ridiculously simple but powerful text to deal with the situation.

Once you send him this, he’ll not only stop what he’s doing but he’ll want to be more of the kind of man who pleases you and be begging to be back in your good books. Keep watching all the way through, because at the end of the video, I’m going to show you even more of my favourite texting secrets that seduce and attract men every single time. Think of this as a very early Christmas present you can use whenever you need to know what to do next to keep him hooked.

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25 Replies to “The #1 Way To Respond to His Sexual Texts”

  1. … So there’s this guy.

    He doesn’t just send me pics.
    He sends me weekly videos.
    Quite forward without even a date!!

    He is such a Hussey!! …
    lol

  2. I love that you’re showing us that we have a choise of paths and that instead of there being just two to chose from, you’re showing us the one that feels respectful and exciting at the same time. Thank you Matthew. You are my guide.

  3. Matt, this is great advice, and it covers all the bases for sure, but I think I’ve evolved past it. The thought of spending time sending out titillating photos is just depressing. When there are beautiful things to do and inspiration to be found is this all I’ve got to look forward to?

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