"Spanking Needs Explained"
most important things to explain is that people who need
to be spanked are not sexual deviants (they do not LIKE
being spanked) and they do not think they are bad
frankly, we all have different needs. Some of us keep
"to do" lists to remind us of what needs to be done,
some are motivated by setting goals and assigning
rewards for reaching their goals ("When I loose ten
pounds I can buy that new dress") and some simply allow
themselves to be unmotivated.
people need to be spanked...
I am talking
about a real, undeniable emotional need to 'correct'
themselves through corporal punishment. The realization
of a need for spanking usually occurs as a child, though
most are too confused, embarrassed or ashamed to admit
it to their parents or others who could meet their
this need is usually expressed by acting out and defying
both the rules and the standard punishments. In many
cases the child is intentionally trying to push a parent
to spank them. Sadly, most parents never catch on to
this as parents who don't believe in spanking are not
capable of recognizing a cry for that form of
punishment. But this is a touchy area, as clearly not
all kids who act out are asking for a spanking, and not
all kids would respond to corporal punishment in the
same way. In truth, it is usually up to the person in
need to verbally express this need, and if they don't do
it, the need is never met.
the need is more obvious, as an adult who needs to be
spanked will seek out a partner willing to do it.
Usually the emotional need is disguised as a fetish to
save the spankee the shame of admitting their need. It's
easier to tell a partner that you like to be spanked as
part of foreplay than it is to tell that same person
that you require regular spankings to feel 'normal' and
function as an adult.