Sinful Sunday Weekly Round-up 550
Welcome to Weekly Round-up 550. Don’t forget next week it is all about motion blur here on Sinful Sunday
This week I am delighted to welcome back Innocent Lover Boy to the round-up. You can find him on his own blog Innocent Lover Boy and on Twitter @innocentlb
ILB’s Top 5 Pics
The past couple of years have been tumultuous, at best – and that extends to the sex blogger community. Our little bubble is in no way immune from The Rest Of The World, and 2021 has shown that in far too stark a reality than I’d be comfortable with.
Sinful Sunday, however, is a wonderful exception: something that keeps on doing what it’s been doing for week upon week upon week. It’s a little drop of consistency in an uncertain world. This week I’ve picked five entries that show the healthy amount of originality that Sinful Sunday affords its participants…
I’ve been following Quinn since the very start of his blogging journey, and I’m super excited that he has managed to reach this milestone! This shot embodies what I think are the elements of Quinn – queerness, sexiness, and the necessary vulnerability to lay himself bare and present who he is to the world.
Nice crossover with Kink of the Week here from Bee, with a very clever and creative shot – not even showing too much, leaving enough to the imagination while being suitably illustrative of the topic!
I’m not sure how to say this, so I’m going to say it: I don’t “get” the commercialisation of Hallowe’en, whereas I’ve always seen it as a precious, solemn religious occasion and find it difficult to get excited about it, like children in America seem to. Having said that, in this shot Succubus manages to get into the spirit without going too far down that route… and I love the sultry look on her face. Mmmmmm.
I love this – the mix of colours, the heat, and the cheeky look on her face. And such an attractive person, as well – what’s not to like?
This is a wonderfully unconventional take on things, and one that genuinely made me laugh out loud when watching it! This short film really does to to exemplify the sort of creative originality that Sinful Sunday affords us the chance to indulge in… and, if it’s hilarious, so much the better! Fantastic stuff.