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Posted in Genital Spanking on 2018-12-26 14:07:41

Also Jazlosano, your e-mail address is wrong. Hotmail-dot-what? (I tried adding ".com", it didn't work)

I didn't bother to link to any UK news media outlets because they're all disgraceful

Teachers association finally complains of the epidemic of children who start primary school still wearing nappies, having never been potty trained.

The (extreme right-wing) UK news media blames it all on "lazy" parents and/or single mothers.

What no-one is saying is the reason for it.

Parents are either being advised to, or independently choosing to, not only delay potty training, but to omit any measure of "coercion" from the training process.

Because they are grimly aware of what lies in store. That there is no middle ground. You either allow the children to stay in nappies (dirtying themselves), allowing them cling onto their irrational fears of sanitation and "waste disposal" (even before the flushing toilet is introduced), or...you force them to grow up and manage their bodily functions. And that - in my experience - will inevitably involve punishing them for non-co-operation. And dealing with self-induced constipation. Which in both cases necessitates administering suppositories and mini-enemas, knowing that this will be perceived as an assaultive physical punishment, and embracing it - turning it to one's parental advantage.

Posted in Potty Training on 2018-12-03 18:50:38

I didn't bother to link to any UK news media outlets because they're all disgraceful

Teachers association finally complains of the epidemic of children who start primary school still wearing nappies, having never been potty trained.

The (extreme right-wing) UK news media blames it all on "lazy" parents and/or single mothers.

What no-one is saying is the reason for it.

Parents are either being advised to, or independently choosing to, not only delay potty training, but to omit any measure of "coercion" from the training process.

Because they are grimly aware of what lies in store. That there is no middle ground. You either allow the children to stay in nappies (dirtying themselves), allowing them cling onto their irrational fears of sanitation and "waste disposal" (even before the flushing toilet is introduced), or...you force them to grow up and manage their bodily functions. And that - in my experience - will inevitably involve punishing them for non-co-operation. And dealing with self-induced constipation. Which in both cases necessitates administering suppositories and mini-enemas, knowing that this will be perceived as an assaultive physical punishment, and embracing it - turning it to one's parental advantage.

Posted in Parents: Kids not potty trained on 2018-12-03 18:49:00

I didn't bother to link to any UK news media outlets because they're all disgraceful

Teachers association finally complains of the epidemic of children who start primary school still wearing nappies, having never been potty trained.

The (extreme right-wing) UK news media blames it all on "lazy" parents and/or single mothers.

What no-one is saying is the reason for it.

Parents are either being advised to, or independently choosing to, not only delay potty training, but to omit any measure of "coercion" from the training process.

Because they are grimly aware of what lies in store. That there is no middle ground. You either allow the children to stay in nappies (dirtying themselves), allowing them cling onto their irrational fears of sanitation and "waste disposal" (even before the flushing toilet is introduced), or...you force them to grow up and manage their bodily functions. And that - in my experience - will inevitably involve punishing them for non-co-operation. And dealing with self-induced constipation. Which in both cases necessitates administering suppositories and mini-enemas, knowing that this will be perceived as an assaultive physical punishment, and embracing it - turning it to one's parental advantage.

Posted in Restraining Kids (harness, leash etc.) on 2018-10-18 07:54:57

For what it's worth I've used both velcro straps and padded cuffs in order to prevent the kids from strenuously resisting their punishments. I know if I shopped around I could get a spreader small enough to accommodate the youngest as well as my teen daughter, but what's the point - we'd need a bigger bathroom! sugarfish35@hushmail.com