I swore I'd never write about writing- it's against my rules- but there's a point to this. Bear with me. (Or leave quietly and check back in a couple days when I'll hopefully post something more to your liking.) A friend recently described my writing as “short.” There were other kind words as well, but … Continue reading Delay
Tag: psychology of spanking
I remember reading a paper for an education course which proposed that punishment was ineffective and unnecessary. The argument was that it is an awareness of natural consequences and social norms that teaches, rather than arbitrarily imposed restrictions. There was much class discussion on this topic. It was a radical concept for many of us, … Continue reading Why Punishment?
Spanking, Submission, and the Path to Enlightenment
A slightly longer-than-comment-sized answer to a brunch question Bonnie posed a while back. I've learned many things since I first started lurking on spanking blogs. At first there were a lot of words to get used to- and of course the many nuances between the different ways in which people incorporate these practices into their … Continue reading Spanking, Submission, and the Path to Enlightenment