More spanking in the press

2012. Photographer John Warren.

2012. Photographer John Warren.

Well, folks, spanking, our favorite kink, has made another appearance in the press. We are becoming more recognized, more accepted, and better understood by the day. And many of the articles are written by respected journalists and performers such as Australian actress and writer Vanessa de Largie who penned an article for The Huffington Post’s blog. Follow the link to read it all.

Please Spank Me!

Nothing soaks my panties more than a good spanking. Well that’s half-true, except I don’t wear panties. But if I did wear panties, I’m sure they would be soaked right through.

I’ve been a no-knickers girl for 20 years, but this blog post isn’t about my underwear status; it’s about spanking. So let’s begin. …

A survivor of domestic violence, Vanessa’s book, Don’t Hit Me, has won awards and is a factual narrative of her abusive relationship. It is available at numerous book stores and e-book vendors as listed on her blog.

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3 Responses to More spanking in the press

  1. Rick Bullard says:

    The world is slowly finding out what we have enjoyed for years. Having articles written in major media sources can only help spanking become more popular. This particular post with it’s how to spank primer should result in a few more red bottoms.

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  3. Yes, this is my type of woman, a lady who loves to have her knickers taken down, and spanked on her bare bottom. Vanessa de Largie, BOTTOMS UP to you, and may it be a spanked one.

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