Spanking is more than just slap-happy foreplay—it can fulfill a variety of needs. We turn the other cheek and consult the experts on this hard-hitting topic.
When it comes to adult spanking, the classic image of a young woman laid across the knee, with a reddened behind exposed to the mercy of the spanker, has been an enduring, and enticing, image for decades, if not centuries.
But spanking is more than a form of slap-happy foreplay. There are several distinct aspects to the psychology and practice of spanking that set it apart from the sexual realm. To understand the practice further, we drafted in a pair of experts to set us straight. Needless to say, we were on our best behavior. Let’s get cracking!
Austin, Texas-based disciplinarian Miss Rachel offers “professional therapeutic discipline” by way of her website Positively Spanking. With her therapeutic and emotional approach to the practice, Miss Rachel is quick to point out the separation between sexual activity and spanking.
“I make it crystal clear that I am not a dominatrix,” she states. “I do probably have sadistic tendencies because I enjoy giving pain, but I enjoy doing it because it makes other people happy. I’m really a giver, if you look at it that way.”
“Some people have to have their pants pulled down, and that’s fine. But if people start to grind on me, then I’ll make them stand up, put their hands against the wall and start paddling them. Trust me, the erection goes away pretty quickly then.”Miss Rachel
Giving us a European perspective is Elsa Svenson (aka Miss Svenson) of Well Smacked Seat, a fetish site that caters to those who enjoy watching corporal punishment administered to young women who have strayed from the path of good. Miss Svenson, originally from Scandinavia, is based in the U.K., just outside London.