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Genital Spanking

Advice for an expecting mommy

Posted by lewdyrudy on 2017-06-28 14:12:45

Hi Misterpoll! :)

I was hoping you could offer me some advice on discipline for kids, as I am seven months pregnant with a little girl and want to be ready to teach her right. I'm really interested in genital spanking and a few other things, but would love some tips on when to start, how to deliver the punishment, etc. Would really appreciate any responses, either here or at my email address: littleandlewd@tutanota.com

Posted by Marco2017 on 2017-10-15 04:03:20

Ask again ten years from now.

Posted by DZ88 on 2020-11-01 01:52:33

How did the birth go, did you get any good advice, how is your daughter's disciplining progresses?

Posted by dirtgirl on 2020-12-12 17:13:22

Slightly O/T reply if Lewdy is still around:

Implements used for $%!@-spanking: Ruler / Wooden spoon / Rubber spatula / Flyswatter (I call it a "twix" - it's "the longer lasting smack" !) / Hard spatula from kitchen

But yours is just a baby - still, in the first 18 months of her life you may have need to start the "punishment" I usually carry on about online, which is the use of (invaribaly nonconsentual, painful) $%!@ penetration. Simultaneously as a threat, a violation, and to cause a bowel evacuation. Because children, even babies and toddlers, who act up persistently tend to be constipated - in the sense of "not emptying their bowels completely, not doing enough $%!@, not managing to do a stinky one to three times daily" - it is legitimate to follow up any spanking with insertion of a suppository (push it in deep so they can't "do" it out before it's melted!). Or with a mini- or normal enema (depending on the kid's age). Or even with the use of mechanical rectal stimulation with a handheld tool of suitable size. Making it clear that you know - and welcome the fact that - the $%!@ penetration hurts and is frightening. It's a parental prerogative - seizing any number of excuses/opportunities to make your child cry and "do"