… you just watched an old selfie-video from a few years ago of you jacking off. You got turned the fuck on so much by your own orgasmic grunts and the video images of your dick shooting a hot load that in real time, your dick gets hard and starts leaking precum.
Now, that’s as hot as fuckin’ hot can be!
*Renzo hits video repeat, eats some precum, and starts jacking off in real time.*
Presenting images of men either wearing, holding, or perhaps taking off/putting on attire normally worn under other clothes, typically next to the skin.
Presenting images which boldly and shamelessly reflect the expressions of natural love, affection, intimacy, sensuality, and bonding between men.
I often get questions – and some misunderstood comments – about the Masculine Perspectives category label “Sunday’s Sin” with reference to articles featuring images of same-sex [male] couples and/or groups of men in sexually intimate positions and/or showing expressions of sensuality between them. The Masculine Perspectives blog isn’t the first time I’ve used the term/label “Sunday’s Sin”. I created it a few years ago for my now-defunct Facebook page also named “Masculine Perspectives”. I thought the label name was cute then (for reasons you’ll quickly see) and so, when I created this blog, simply carried over the term/label as a category name.
You’ve already read the preamble (which is the short description) posted ahead of each photo or gif of a “Sunday’s Sin” article. The following is an excerpt from the long description of the “Sunday’s Sin” category. It succinctly explains why I label certain posts published on Sunday as “Sunday’s Sin”:
“Content posted in the Sunday’s Sin category is in hard defiance of those persons or groups who object or take issue with any act or expression of natural human intimacy between a same-sex couple. The word “sin” used in the Masculine Perspectives category title “Sunday’s Sin”, is simply meant to mock those objections (particularly since I, being atheist, do not believe in the concept of sin as defined by religion).”
Now you know! 😎
You can read the full description of “Sunday’s Sin” and other selected categories featured on this blog by clicking the Masculine Perspectives Category Descriptions link located on the right-side margin/column of this page.
There is great truth to the statement. Fuck yeah!
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Ah, yes. This beautiful man is looking back at you, g.
In this wonderfully chillaxin’ moment, he shifted his sexy eyes from reading his copy of one of [late author] E. Lynn Harris’ novels just to notice you looking down at him. Surely you can “hear” those eyes saying…
“Why don’t you get the fuck off the internet, grab a good book – assuming you own one, and join me? We can decide what we’re going to do after we’ve read a few chapters. Kool?”
Enjoy your Saturday, fellas!