Sinful Sunday Weekly Round-up 454
I can’t believe I am writing this but the first Sunday in January is fast approaching and so you best get playing in and with those shadows!
Amber’s Top 5 Pics of the Week
This is my first crack at Sinful Sunday’s, though I have been a long time supporter. I love seeing my Twitter feed lines with erotic and unique interpretations of the Sinful Sunday prompt. Beyond anything, I have a great deal of respect for anyone who participates. You can always see how much fun someone was having or what fantasies they were channeling. Sinful Sunday’s are like a weekly peep into people’s private worlds. My picks were based on whatever photos pulled me in either in words or interpretation of the prompt.
I found Purples Gem’s photos very unique, sultry and even had a siren-like fantasy to it. The murky waters and long dark hair draw me in, while the bath water makes me feel warm and entranced. I also really enjoyed the contrast in the milky water and red accents were a nice touch; red lips and nails add a little naughty to this photo.
Deviant Succubus is not just a great name but made for fantastic imagery. However, the poem definitely captivated my attention. It gave more life into the photo and it’s story, pulling me deeper under this succubus’s spell. The photo itself is absolutely stellar, and I love the power the darker energy holds over the pure Santa Claus.
I LOVE photos of anything wrapped in string lights, the contrast is fun and the way the lights bounce off skin adds more “sparkle and shine” to your everyday photos. I especially adore the come hither pose under the Christmas tree. I was unfamiliar with the word “enby” and originally thought it was an error until I looked it up. For those who don’t know” Enby”, is someone who identifies as non-binary. So once I grasped the true meaning of the word I actually could grasp the power of this photo!
At this time of year the internet is a buzz with various positionings and messages tied to “Elf on a Shelf”. So this photo was a given; this carries a darker edge to Elf on a Shelf. The mischievous side of elves is often forgotten amongst all the holiday jest. This photo reminds us of their original role in folklore and fairytales, and reminds us to not erase the kinky or fun side of our fantasies.
I was glowing with glee after seeing Rebels Note play on Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer! I love the dedication to the holiday spirit by even owning Rudolph nipple rings. This photo for me is just the epitome of the joy the holidays brings. Overall just a fun and playful way to enjoy the Sinful Sunday before Christmas, bravo.