You’ve got to love the way the New York Times steps daintily around the topic of domestic discipline spanking in this article that’s notionally about the challenges of costuming for a theatrical production in which the actors get spanked (over their clothes, naturally) several times per show for eight shows a week:
“Permission,” an MCC Theater production, is about two couples experimenting with Christian Domestic Discipline, a practice in which husbands chastise their wives with timeouts, confiscation of privileges and corporal punishment, chiefly spanking.
Lots and lots of spanking. “It’s religious,” a character explains to a disbelieving friend. “It’s for Jesus.” The play, which explores the power dynamics behind the walloping, expresses doubts.
As for the costuming challenge:
“There are all these push-up butts on the Internet now.”
But once she had ordered the pads and panties, she had to find the ones that effectively diffused the force of the blow yet made for the best smacking sound.
Ms. Young has a policy: With any clothing “that’s sort of weird or not normal, I try it out before I put it on an actor — hygienically.”
Wearing her skirt over the padded underwear, she tried to spank herself. It didn’t really work. So she said to her associate, the designer David Hyman, “We might be crossing some sort of professional line, but will you spank me right now?”
So if I had Audrey Noir tied up like this, I’m sure I would not be able to resist (among other fun activities) spanking her:
And indeed, I would probably enjoy it so much, there’s a risk I would get carried away. Until suddenly her face looked like this:
Photos are from a recent update at Infernal Restraints. In the movie of the shoot, there is indeed some spanking while she’s restrained like this; but sadly there wasn’t a great spanking photo among the stills they took for the member’s area.
It’s a tough prison, but the bureaucratic institutions are in place to make sure that corporal punishment doesn’t slide over the line into random sadism and abuse at the whim of the matron who wields the strap:
Art is, I think, by Kindinov.
Being flogged “with a bit of a rope’s end” (typically an end with a knot on it) is a venerable nautical tradition. In these panels from one of the Troubles of Janice comics by Erich von Gotha, I seem to recall that our heroine had fallen into the clutches of a sadistic pirate:
Normally a regularly-spanked and determinedly-naughty girl like Jessica wouldn’t cry from a simple little ruler spanking, but this one has been longer and harder than she was expecting:
From the Spanking Teen Jessica archives.