Welcome to the Weekend Round Up, everyone!
Our guest this week is Jae Lynn and she has put together her thoughts on her three favourite images this week. I am so grateful for JL and all of you who help out with the Weekend Round Up. Fantastic Mr. Fawkes and I were both out of commission with a stomach bug this week (decidedly unsexy, I know) and I’m just now feeling whole again, so it is a tremendous help and such a delight to host such positive feedback from members of the community. It takes a village, sometimes! So, without further set up, here are Jae Lynn’s words and the images that stood out to her this week. She’s included links to her work so do follow her on that bird app we all know and love, as well as popping by her site to read her hot, sexy, smart and thoughtful words.
Hiya I’m Jae Lynn (aka @RantingsofaNM) and I’m a sex blogger in the U.S. I’ve been blogging a little over a year now and I finally feel like I’ve found a community that accepts me and my quirkiness.
I’ve had a love for lingerie for many years, but I never felt comfortable wearing it. I was always a chubby kid and as an adult I was very insecure with my body. Over the past year I’ve shared many images of me in lingerie on my blog (https://
My first pick is a gorgeous lady with a sexy bottom. The panties Marie Louise chose hug her curves in the most delicious way and the crisscross pattern draws you in for a closer look. The angle of the photo makes you want to look a bit closer as she has picked a panty that is also crotchless. Take a look and see if you can tell, you won’t be disappointed.
I get all giddy inside when men participate in #LiFE. MM gives us a Tommy Hilfiger vibe with this image. He jokes about the ad industry stating if they were into a “middle-aged unsporty hairy dude” he may have a shot. I like the realness he portrays and it makes the photo all the more sexy. Check out his post for a giggle and an ad-worthy image.
Last but not least is a beautiful lady with a kind soul and a rock and roll heart. Posy gave us a poster style image and was brave in showing us her tummy. “It’s never been flat or toned so I always hid it, then in my 40s I gained a surgery scar like a zip down the middle.” She resonates something many of us feel- she isn’t perfect and it’s okay. I really connected with her post this week because it takes courage to bare a sensitive area on one’s body. Check out her image and the music that influenced her in her post.