It's likely that your partner already finds you attractive and wants to look at you. Nothing coming out of the mouths of porn actors is poetic or complex. Call me a girl, but lying there after most kinds of sex with people I like, I want to check in with my partner, talk to them, find out about their day, their dreams, make them laugh or see if they can make me laugh.
Otherwise, why are they wasting their time and your time? In we're-in-the-same-room sex, there's a simple formula for effective dirty talking.
I think it's more that you want to feel attractive in your own skin. It's taken me a time and a lot of work to feel that way about myself, and I'm lucky that I finally do. So even on Skype, it's considerate to follow up, especially after the first time.
It makes me especially happy that my partner's happy looking at me. Now, on Skype, it's a little trickier, because all you can really say is what you to do (and what you're doing to yourself). There's a bit of a learning curve when getting comfortable with dirty talk, but porn can help. Yeah, you like that." It's not, you know, rhetorically sophisticated, but it works. Having sex via the internet doesn't excuse you from tenderness. Send a quick text/email/gchat/phone call/postcard the next day — "That was fun!
Famous people pull that denying-naked-photos trick all the time. If the success of , and the subsequent Channing_Tatum_explosion (I was doing research, okay?