•Selfie: This is a digital self-snapshot, usually taken using the camera in one's smartphone. They are very easy to post onto social media sites and to share via text messaging.
•Sexting: This is the sending of sexualized texts, often with an erotic image (usually a selfie) attached.
Sexting is done to flirt, to titillate, to exhibit, and sometimes even to harass and denigrate.
•Instagram: This is a photo sharing service that lets users take pictures and share them on social media sites.
•IRL: This is digital shorthand for "in real life," as in: Do you want to hook up IRL?
•Omegle: This is a video chat site that is often used for sexualized webcam exchanges.
•PNP: "PNP" is short for "party and play." This designation is used on dating and hookup sites and apps to indicate a desire for drugs (usually meth or cocaine) paired with sex.
•Adult Friend Finder App: These apps are "friend finders" in name only.
In reality, they are used to facilitate casual and/or anonymous sexual hookups.
The site is popular with online exhibitionists and voyeurs.
•Cyberstalking: This is the deliberate, repeated, and hostile use of digital technology to harm, frighten, or otherwise harass another person.
•Blendr: This is an adult friend finder app used by straight people for casual sexual hookups.