The Sinful Sunday theme for this week is Unedited. I must admit I wasn’t sure I was going to be able to post an unedited picture. I usually have very little time – or privacy – to take pictures, so I rely on editing to get my pictures right. I don’t usually use filters, but I do crop heavily as often you can see my face in the pictures I take.
I’m actually quite happy with how this picture turned out. If I had the chance to edit, I’d crop part of my legs off, as I don’t think the picture needs that much leg, but other than that, I think I’d leave it be. I don’t use many filters usually apart from when I want to make the picture black-and-white, and in this picture, I wanted to make sure you could see the colours of my corset.
I bought this corset a while ago but haven’t really had a chance to wear it yet. At first, the weather was too cold and now we’re all in lockdown, so it’s not like I’m going to wear this just around the house. It’s too much of a pain to get on. I generally need my husband’s help to get the laces done up all the way. It’s very comfortable, though, and made of leather, so I am really happy I decided to buy it. It doesn’t hurt that it looks gorgeous too.
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The Insatiable Jane Travers
Would you choose a stable marriage over a lifetime of excitement? What if you could have it both?
It’s the roaring twenties.
Naive virgin Jane Travers arrives at her friend’s country home hoping to spend a summer away from her strict aunt and uncle in New York. She’s been promised wild parties and endless excitement, but she soon finds herself in over her head. With the help of the sexy singer Lillian Smith, and her old flame Sidney Fitzroy, Jane starts to explore her sexuality, blossoming from an innocent virgin to an insatiable vixen.
With Sidney and Lillian both satisfying her deepest desires, Jane cannot imagine ever going back to her aunt and uncle’s restrictive household. But without an income of her own, her only escape is marriage. Sidney can offer her a stable life as a married woman, but with Lillian, she’d have a lifetime of excitement.
How can she choose when her heart—and body—belongs to both of them?