Spank me please!

Many see spanking as a method of control.  The spanker is in control of the spankee. I don't mind being controlled now and again.  Pull my hair, spank my ass, and fuck me from behind—-this kind of control is pretty damn hot.  And while thus far I have only experienced spanking with Soccer Dad, I am open to try it with others given my comfort level with that person.

When I asked others their feelings on spanking I received a myriad of responses.  Many consider the act a part of foreplay while others use it to increase pleasure during orgasm.  Some refuse to be spanked, saying they need to be in control at all times. Others want no part in spanking at all.

I might not be ready to be tied to St. Andrews Cross or bent over your knee with a paddle (unless you have an uber sexy voice and tell me I've been a bad girl when you paddle me), but a few smacks to my ass is definitely okay with me.

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Recently I discovered something about myself —-I really like to be spanked!  In the past the thought of spanking made me giggle and turned me on a little, but the actual act of spanking made me wince.  It wasn't something I was remotely interested in beyond fantasy, but after giving it a real try I've realized that spanking can greatly increase pleasure and excitement.

I hadn't given much thought to spanking until I recently was out with some friends who happened to really love it.  Sonya tied herself to the St. Andrews Cross in the dungeon at a local swingers club and enticed her boyfriend James to spank her.  The spanking began with just his hand and progressed to a belt leaving welts and bruises on her.  James said he was never into spanking until he met Sonya.   Spanking has become part of their sexual ritual.  Sonya tells me she loves every minute of the spanking.  The voyeur in me enjoyed watching Sonya get spanked and propelled me to try it myself.

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