Looking through my list of who to ask to do the roundup, I was shocked to see Stella Kiink had done it almost three years ago, and thrilled when she jumped at the chance to do it again. Welcome back, Stella!
If you haven’t visited her blog yet, please do so, as she shares some sexy images, and write thought-provoking posts. You can also follow her on Twitter.

So the above was all that this intro would say, but then something happened. I will allow C.P. McClennan to explain…

Top 3 for week 473 by Stella Kiink C.P. McClennan

*Blows on mic* Is this thing on?

Yes, I’ve been here before. Not all that long ago, in fact.

My good friend Stella Kiink was to do this week’s round-up, but due to unexpected circumstances, she asked me to fill in for her. She’ll be back even if I have to pull my glasses down my nose and glare at her like a substitute teacher.

There are so many euphemisms in those last sentences, I don’t know where to begin.

I think I’ll start with “round-up.” Being from Calgary, home of the world’s biggest rodeo, the Calgary Stampede, makes it obvious I should be doing this. That the Stampede starts in about a week and will be one of the first major Canadian events after nearly 18 months in lockdown has…well…I don’t believe in coincidence.

So I’ll do the over-the-glasses glaring after I’m done roping calves.

Speaking of roping calves, here’s my three picks:

Modestly Cucking – by Modesty Ablaze
Being a big proponent of consensual non-monogamy, I love finding pieces that address even a hint of it. Though the title says it’s about cuckolding, it offered a real sense of compersion, the opposite of jealousy…and compersion is a beautiful thing.

Sex at Twenty-One – by Raspberry Ripples
A very brief glance at how things should be; better sex as we get older and have more experience. Just don’t tell the young folk that, or they’ll give up trying. (as if…)

Edun fest 2021 – by Braindrops
I just love the first photo/gif. Good thing he stayed dressed until after the sign. Well, mostly, at least.


According to the dictionary, comfort is a a state of physical ease and freedom from pain or constraint, or the easing or alleviation of a person’s feelings of grief or distress.

What gives you comfort? Do you like to withdraw and read a book, or do you need physical contact, like hugs, with your loved ones. How do you try to comfort others in times of grief and distress, and if you are the one being comforted, how do you react to it? Share your sexy or not so sexy stories about comfort, whether given or received.

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