A Good Spanking
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Start small. Don't immediately hit your child if you see them doing something you dislike. Talk to them first, and try a non-violent method of discipline. If you decide to spank a child, it should only be as a last resort, after all other methods have failed. https://journalofpositivesexuality.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/Parallels-Between-BDSM-and-Extreme-Ritual-Sagarin-Lee-Klement.pdf
De Neef., et al. (2019). Bondage-discipline, dominance-submission and sadomasochism (BDSM) from an integrative biopsychosocial perspective: A systematic review. A look at yoga for erectile dysfunction. Included is detail on what the research shows about the effectiveness of yoga and the poses that work the… READ MORE University of Texas at Austin. (2016, April25). Risks of harm from spanking confirmed by analysis of 5 decades ofresearch. [Press release]
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While it may not have been spoken about openly until recently, spanking has been around for centuries – but why are we such fans of this particular kink?Harris Interactive. (2013, September 26). Fourin five Americans believe parents spanking their children is sometimes appropriate.[Press release] Talk to a child about how to behave better next time. Sometimes, kids misbehave because they just don't know better. Try asking the child "What would be a better way to handle that?" or suggesting some ways that they could handle a similar situation next time. Talking it out may help the child understand what to do instead in the future. There’s nothing wrong with either one, so long as it’s completely consensual, and we recommend talking it through with your sexual partner if you’re going towards the particularly painful end of the spectrum. To help you out, we’ve even created a useful beginner’s guide.