Spanking literature

Spanking literature refers to a subset of sadomasochist literature about erotic spanking. It consists primary of novels/novellas and short stories, but also magazines. The context and settings of spanking literature varies: it may revolve around characters who are engaged in a Dominance and submission/Domestic discipline relationship, school corporal punishment, or the spanking of a housemaid by her mistress etc. Typically spanking literature aims at being erotic rather than pornographic, and within spanking literature itself the act of spanking often is erotic for either the spanker/s and/or the individual/s spanked. Usually spanking is the use of the hand to strike the buttocks, however spanking literature is not necessarily confined to the use of the hand, as implements such as canes, hairbrushes, slippers, straps, switches, wooden spoons etc. are common. In some cases spanking literature also includes other acts such as bondage or the receiving of enemas. The


Spanking literature refers to a subset of sadomasochist literature about erotic spanking. It consists primary of novels/novellas and short stories, but also magazines. The context and settings of spanking literature varies: it may revolve around characters who are engaged in a Dominance and submission/Domestic discipline relationship, school corporal punishment, or the spanking of a housemaid by her mistress etc. Typically spanking literature aims at being erotic rather than pornographic, and within spanking literature itself the act of spanking often is erotic for either the spanker/s and/or the individual/s spanked. Usually spanking is the use of the hand to strike the buttocks, however spanking literature is not necessarily confined to the use of the hand, as implements such as canes, hairbrushes, slippers, straps, switches, wooden spoons etc. are common. In some cases spanking literature also includes other acts such as bondage or the receiving of enemas. The "Golden Age" of spanking literature was the early 20th century.
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