In the age of social media, the concept of oversharing is now practically non-existent. We've seen the hideously inappropriate 'funeral selfie', the rather obnoxious 'wealthie' and now? Meet the 'aftersex selfie'. Because sometimes it's not enough to share a tender moment with the person sharing your bed, you've got to share it with the world...
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In the aftermath of a love-making sesh, many couples believe a 'Willow' or 'Inkwell' filter can turn an #aftersex selfie into a piece of tasteful art.
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Others get back into their clothes before they arrange themselves for a post-sex snap.
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Then again, those believing honesty is the best policy prefer to tell it like it is. Couples who smoke post-sex cigarettes together, stay together? Err...
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"We are losing our capacity for privacy and intimacy, becoming actors who crave applause and want the world to observe us in order to feel alive," says psychologist Meredith Fuller.
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Unsurprisingly, many men (and some women) have had the highly original idea of posting an image of their hand.
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"Social media encourages such levels of competition that we feel the need to document every conceivable moment, to see who looks best," says Fuller.
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That being said, some are actually kind of cute (in a Kate Moss-Johnny Depp kind of way).
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Others worked out how to make the viral trend seem almost... romantic.
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Fuller also questions whether users are aware of the consequences involved with sharing intimate moments, especially "given how long we live, how many partners we are likely to have, and how likely we are to have these pics come back to haunt us."
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Here at Cosmo, we talk about sex a lot. We're interested in every aspect of it, but we won't be sad to see this trend fade into cyber-oblivion.