Earlier today I published an article about Facebook Messenger’s new, somewhat improved home screen.But despite the company’s attempt at some cleanup, I came away with the same feeling I’ve had for months: Messenger has transformed into a bloated mess.I figure I can't be the only one who's just plain horrible at cyber sex, so I enlisted Astroglide's resident sexologist "Dr.Jess" O'Reilly for some much-needed advice on making cybering hotter and less awkward. Here are some tips that might improve your next long-distance sex session."Research reveals that couples who use emojis have more sex," says Dr. "And it makes sense, as you can express a range of emotions and desires using graphics that you might be too shy to reveal in words." Plus, whipping out an emoji face is far easier for shy folks than showing your real face.Foreplay means something slightly different in cyber space, but it's equally important.But it’s not available in the US, UK, Mexico, Canada, and many other places.That’s because the app isn’t really intended for those markets; it was designed to run on cheap, low-end smartphones and work reliably in regions with iffy data connectivity.
Posted by Messenger on Friday, October 7, 2016 Facebook has released Messenger Lite in over 100 countries.
And although voice calling is missing, you’ve got the option to send people recorded, voice memo-style snippets.
I miss Chat Heads — an Android-exclusive feature of Messenger that lets a conversation stay on your screen at all times — but I will gladly sacrifice them for this glorious simplicity.
I'd like to say I've made some improvements since, but months later, I stick suck at it.
My partner and I repeat the same things over and over to each other, and all they basically amount to is "I like having sex with you." On top of that, the view of myself on-cam makes me way self-conscious.
In my relatively brief time using it, I’ve made some notes. There are no fancy face filters here; there’s not even a built-in camera in this version of Messenger.