History and Culture of Spanking

An interesting site for pictures is one titled History and Culture of spanking.

A warning however, the site advocates the spanking of children. However, it's history of the past does hold some truth. Spanking did occur for children when I was young, as it does today. Hopefully with education, more and more parents will choose not to use spanking in raising their children.

We have never spanked our children!

Spanking only started in our life after the children had grown up and the youngest child had left the house for university.

Spanking in our life is related to fun, to increasing our sex life, for eroticism, and sometimes to solve a problem, and follow it up with sex.

So, here is a link direct to the paddle section, to see a number of excellent pictures!

If you venture throughout the site, beware that some pictures are clearly children . They however, look very posed, and thus not real.


Many pictures on the website come from sites like spankingteenbrandi.com, or spankingteenjessica, or similar teen spanking sites where are models are over the age of 18, and trying to make as much money as possible by being spanked. .



Anonymous said...

Thanks for the lead. It looks like an interesting site.

I believe spanking is for consensual adults. I hate to see how spanking still exists in school systems.
If they did that on the street, they would be arrested as a sex pervert. But, inside the walls of a school, it's perfectly legal.
That is just wrong.
People say, "I was spanked and it didn't hurt me."
Well, I say. "It did hurt you, because you now think that it's okay to beat kids."
Okay, I'm getting off the soap box.

thanks again.

redxxx said...

Bum Tickler: I am on the Exact same soap box. Spanking or hitting children is wrong. If you see some pictures of this on this site, I think it simply reinforces that it is wrong. How can you enjoy seeing children hurt or abused. I doubt in Western society, any form of spanking exists of children in school. However, the pendulum needs to be somewhere near the middle of the discussion, with consequences for unacceptable behavior without having to do anything physical (hit) to the child.