I think I’ve mentioned that I’m not really a morning person, but no matter how tempting the idea of staying in bed may be, at some point we just have to get up and face the day.
I posted my very first #SinfulSunday photo back in January 2015, so this post marks my third anniversary as a “Sunday Sinner”. Since then I have become a fairly regular contributor, even making it on to the weekly top 5 on a number of occasions. What I hadn’t appreciated, until now was just how many “contributions” I had made. By a strange concentration of circumstance and coincidence, it turns out I am marking this anniversary with another landmark, that being that this is my 100th #SinfulSunday post.
As I may have mentioned before, I have a bit of an exhibitionist streak (pun most definitely intended). I am certainly not bashful about nudity, and the fact that I get a lot of very appreciative comments does tend to fuel that side of my nature.
I try, wherever possible, to inject some humour in my photos. Being male and, therefore, having a penis, if I’m posting naked images of myself, it stands to reason (if not necessarily always to attention), that those inches of me will feature in my photos. Although my penis does feature in a lot of my pictures, I do try not to make it the focus of them. If anything, the focus is on my hairiness more than anything else. Obviously, this is a “rule” that has some exceptions and, since the reason I first participated was to answer the call of Cheryl Kaye and Charlie Powell for “More Cock On #SinfulSunday“, this is one of those cases.
What I love most about #SinfulSunday though is the camaraderie. Here we have a community of people, of both sexes, of all ages, shapes and sizes, revealing as much of themselves as they are comfortable with, in the name of fun and sharing great photos amongst a safe and supportive group of fellow “sinners”. Yes, some of the photos are provocative, yes some are pornographic, but that’s not the point. The point is we are bravely sharing ourselves, not for titilation (although some of the photos can be), but for the joy of taking part. If someone gets aroused viewing a particular photo, that’s allowed, but it’s not required. For me, #SinfulSunday is a fun and joyous celebration of the human form, whether the participants be nude, part dressed or fully clothed. It’s a place where we can be as daring or as risque as we choose to be, while enjoying the freedom to be creative and express that creativity in whatever way we choose.
So with that, on behalf of all #SinfulSunday participants, I would like to express my gratitude to Molly for creating this wonderful meme.