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AbleHanded

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AbleHanded last won the day on September 19 2019

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    66
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    Seattle Washington
  • Gender
    Male
  • Experience
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    Spanker
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    A Mentee/ Student
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    A submissive
  • Spanker/ spankee preference?
    Female Spankee
  • Sexual Orientation
    Straight
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    Single
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  1. I presume you mean that as a humorous comment on their minister friend calling on them and not letting on. Because there are too many who’d take you seriously and literally, and the biblical premise for domestic discipline is bullshit, in my not so humble view.
  2. Writing from the spanker’s perspective: Some years back, I was mentoring a young lady through a very demanding engineering major. She was naturally very bright and so, up until then, had gotten high marks in school without much studying. The situation changed when she started her engineering major and received her first (and only) failing grade in college. I taught her better study, class attention, writing, and exam-taking skills through regular spankings through her graduation with a solid B+ average and a competitive job offer. However, the story that pertains to this topic is that I *always* meted out a hard spanking to her the mornings she was taking exams. Her chronic problem was breezing too quickly through the questions and therefore not giving the answers that were expected. While reddening her bare bottom, I’d lecture her about slowing down, reading the questions multiple times until she was sure she understood them completely, and using all the allotted time for the exam. She always felt the sting quite consciously during her exams and it worked wonders for her GPA. My lessons were well taught by the sit spot of her bottom, and changed her habits very efficiently.
  3. Quite a well spanking bottom. Beautiful crimson.
  4. Would be quite pleased to meet you in real life, sunshine.
  5. That’s as spankable a bottom as I can imagine. You’d first need to be scolded for your misbehavior. And told what happens to a young lady who misbehaves. Your body seems aching then to be thrust over a knee, your panties pulled down to your ankles and your bottom reddened by a good, sound, hard, and long hand spanking. You might then be sent to the corner, panties down, to think about your misbehavior, absorb the emotions generated by the spanking you received, and contemplate what’s to come. Depending on your misbehavior and endurance, the hand spanking might be followed by a paddling, belt strapping, or other implements applied to your naughty bottom. You might be over the knee some more or placed in a different position more suitable to the implements — like lying on a bed with your bottom propped up by pillows, or bent over the rolled arm of a chair or sofa, or kneeling on a sofa and leaning over its back. After a hard spanking like this, you’d deserve aftercare. Being praised for your submission and enduring your punishment. Perhaps applying lotion to your blistered bottom. Being forgiven your misbehavior now that you’ve been punished for it.
  6. @Chawsee - very well put and balanced. I don’t get non-binary either, though I’m trying to understand it, since it’s part of the lives of my beloved niece and nephew. Both my niece’s boyfriend (live-in) and my nephew identify as non-binary. Both recently changed the names they wished to be called. My niece is 27; her boyfriend has used they/them pronouns in the 2+ years that he’s been romantically involved with my niece (who is very feminine in appearance and manner, and 100% heterosexual to my knowledge; a bright, well-educated, well-employed cheerful young woman). As far as I can discern, they enjoy a conventional heterosexual sex life. He (oops, They) recently adopted a gender-neutral nickname that was his nickname as a kid. Fortunately, their full given name supports use of this nickname. My nephew (23) came out as bi-sexual, and his parents fully accept him. He’s in college, has only dated girls, and has a current girlfriend. He recently adopted they/them as his pronouns and prefers to be called by a name that is decidedly female, although it incorporates part of his boyhood nickname. I’m consistently liberal politically, though I don’t fit into the aggressively progressive mode of AOC or my own representative. I adore my niece and nephew, and I admire fully how their parents (my brother and sister-in-law) raised them. I also know some prople of various generations whose identification as NB makes sense to me. But I have trouble seeing the non-binary identification of my nephew and niece’s boyfriend as anything other than a fad, inspired by the zeitgeist of their college experience. I’ve also had difficulty with they/them pronouns from the start on grammatical grounds; the usage seems illogical and I get confused at timed holding a conversation with my relatives where I keep expecting more than one person to be the reference. For example, when I wrote they/them to refer to my niece’s boyfriend, it was ambiguous whether I was referring just to them (the boyfriend) or them (the couple). As a writer, I’m not as strict with pronouns as Winston Churchill, but I long for the certainty and logic of the former “accepted English.” But I also know that accepted English makes women seem invisible when “man” is used to mean “person” (even though that’s its etymological origin). I try to write with gender inclusive language, without resorting to he/she or other ungainly usages. As a lawyer, I revised my contract templates accordingly. I think I need to put these questions directly to my niece and nephew, in a totally non-judgmental manner (questions, not statements) and hope that I’ll learn something that helps me understand what this truly means in their lived and why it is important to them. This is the first time (I think) I’ve written something on SN that doesn’t have anything to do with spanking. I suppose I could do so by mentioning that no one in my family (immediate or extended) knows about my fetish. Thanks, Chawsee, for your comment that got me thinking and writing.
  7. AbleHanded

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    Very beautiful.
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