SinfulSunday: More Men in Sinful Sunday

Last week, we posted a picture of SIlverdrop just after I’d shaved her.

As part of the More Cock in Sinful Sunday campaign which I started more than a year ago (which morphed, at Molly’s request into More Men in Sinful Sunday), I have a new offering. I had to think long and hard (pun only mildly intentional) about which of two pictures to post of my shaven self. Β This is because I had two options:

  1. One shows my erect cock, hand and legs and is, if I say so myself, HotAsAllHellAndThenSome.
  2. The other is more true to life. Because, although I am slowly losing weight ( 2 jean sizes since September), I still have a belly. It is severely scarred from surgery and muscle loss due to post-op infection. This means it will never be flat again, however much weight I lose.

I have chosen the second photograph. Although it is the harder of the two for me to publish, it is the one I want to show. Why? In the hope that it will encourage more men and women of non-traditionally beautiful body shapes to join in.


Β Clickety-click for hi-res version.

That is SIlverdrop snuggled up against me.

That is SIlverdrop snuggled up against me.


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38 thoughts on “SinfulSunday: More Men in Sinful Sunday

  1. Ima Godiva

    I’m catching up on some older posts. This picture is delicious. Uncut cock ready for pleasure, the erotic beauty of your bodies pressed together. I’m sorry it was difficult to post – and I’m sure there are many others like me who would rather see bodies of every type of beauty displayed everywhere, than the boring “perfect bodies” (yes, those clones of that one female body and of that one male body) that are so pervasive in our media. Thank you for your self-described bravery. It definitely should be accompanied by feelings of pride, confidence and sexiness. And I’ll bet it is, there in the throes of passion with Silverdrop. πŸ™‚

  2. Heaven

    It is great to see you posting again even if it is a part you are not fond of. This is a very sensual pic!

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  4. MariaSibylla

    This is such s beautiful photo. I love the intimacy of you two snuggled up together. It’s as if you’re letting us in on something that is just about to happen. Really lovely!

  5. Bigbuttbbw

    What a beautifully natural shot. Your obvious arousal at being next to your lovely lady is wonderful, thank you so much for sharing. xx

  6. Curvaceous Dee

    Lovely to see you posting – and particularly lovely that you chose this image. I personally find it (and you) extremely attractive, but I am partial to the combination of hard cock and soft belly πŸ™‚

    xx Dee

    1. SilverHubby Post author

      See, now you’ve gone and made a SadoDom blush. Was that your intent? πŸ™‚

      I am quite partial to that combination myself, considering myself as pansexual, rather than bi. πŸ˜‰

  7. mcperrvy

    On principle I’m glad you picked the second one, but honestly I would have just focused on your heart cock either way

  8. Clive

    Yay – another bloke joins the Sunday sinners – we are very outnumbered!!
    Having said that – I haven’t posted an SS for a while, sorry Molly, I am on the case πŸ™‚

    1. SilverHubby Post author

      It was actually me who started the MoreMenInSinfulSunday thing. But we went on hiatus for a few months. Trying to be back now. πŸ™‚

  9. Exposing 40

    As you might expect, I just love this post – for the honesty of your words, the vulnerability you share and the bravery to post it. I took a massive deep breath before posting my belly shot last week but it’s so worth it. I find the Sinful Sunday community just so supportive and encouraging of these types of post and this is important for the person who made the image, but I sometimes think that possibly what’s as significant is how our participation might ‘help’ those who watch but don’t participate. I followed sinful Sunday for seven or eight months before the posting anonymously for a further six months, but the time watching the interactions of others started me off on this journey. Xxx

  10. Velvet Rose

    Ah the self-evaluation of our bodies, we are our own worst enemies arent we?

    I saw a video the other day and I intend to share it on my blog later this week. It is a young man in his very early 20’s who has lost a lot of weight, and advocates body positivity, he has shown for the first time his excess skin following his weight loss. He really is an inspirational young man.

    I love this image of yours the soft black and white tones, the glimpse of Silverdrop and you, front and centre, showing us that we can be proud of ourselves and our bodies that serve us so well (most of the time).

    I wish you well with your continued weightloss.

    Velvet x

    1. SilverHubby Post author

      Thank you. Until I was 30, when osteoarthritis hit hard and slowly prevented me from exercising, I thought I was too skinny!

      Can’t win.

      I have seen that video. Very moving.

      1. Velvet Rose

        The dreaded oestoarthritis, I have it, runs down my mother’s female side of the family. Not too bad for me at the moment just a few joints affected, but my mum, pretty much every joint has degeneration with one replaced and another needing doing. It’s frustrating.

        1. SilverHubby Post author

          I am 53 now. x-rays and ultrasounds last December showed it’s everywhere – I could have told them that!

          The Chronic Pain Clinic here is thinking of offering me loyalty card points. πŸ™‚

          But we do what we can and get on with life, don’t we? *somewhat crooked smile*

          1. Velvet Rose

            Yep my mum stopped having scans and xrays and her GP agreed, no need as they know that its everywhere.

            You will have to get shares in the Chronic Pain Clinic – you’d be making money hand over fist πŸ˜‰

            Velvet x

  11. SilverHubby Post author

    Thanks, Molly – I even have a picture ready for next week. The ‘hotter’ version of the two mentioned above.

    I should say that I have found your response, as well as the others, quite moving. Not just supportive. Thank you all.

    I have a version of the above without Silverdrop, and it just isn’t anywhere near as intimate, loving and squishy. πŸ™‚

  12. Molly

    Firstly I am so happy to see you posting stuff here again, long may it continue.

    Secondly, I can identify with how challenging this is to you, despite my much improved body image it is my wrinkly and slightly saggy tummy that I still have the hardest time learning to accept and as a general rule I don’t post images that tend to show of that part of my anatomy. I won’t say I have not done it but it is still something that I find hard to do.

    I think we are our own worse critics, our flaws are somehow highlighted to us, magnified by looking at them with a more critical eye and so our ‘idea’ of how we look becomes warped

    I love you image, the inclusion of Silver Drop really adds to the intimacy of the shot


  13. Marie Rebelle

    Your photo is absolutely lovely, because it’s you!

    I’m totally for celebrating the non-traditional. So many people spend all their lives trying to look the way magazines say they should look, and in the process they are unhappy and lack confidence. Accepting what you look like and actually trying to be content with it, is so much better and in my opinion makes your life so much richer. It has taken me too many years to understand this.

    Rebel xox

    1. SilverHubby Post author

      Hey gorgeous!

      Sometimes, it is easier to say the words than it is to believe them, isn’t it? But I’m definitely getting better – 10 years ago I would/could not have posted a picture like that.

  14. Charlie

    Very brave of you to post the picture that shows a body part you are not particularly happy with. I have done the same this week, in the hope that it will help improve my own body positivity.
    Well done!

  15. Modesty Ablaze

    So lovely to see you both Sinfully posting again . . . and yes we should all celebrate the non-traditional!!!
    Being different, challenging the “norm” is not only fun and exciting . . . but so often inspiring and motivational. Bravo and wonderful!!!
    Xxx – K

    1. SilverHubby Post author

      Thank you. πŸ™‚

      I am not entirely free of insecurities about my body, and may never be, although I have come a long way.

      1. Modesty Ablaze

        I think we ALL often worry too much about our bodies and what others may think! But being happy in one’s own relationships and celebrating our loves and lives gives each other strength and confidence. AND also inspires others to perhaps relax and enjoy their own situations and forget about their own insecurities.
        Xxx – K

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