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If you buy through links on thiswe may earn a small commission. But therapeutic? While it always involves bum bumping, what qualifies as spanking therapy is up for debate.
Because according to them, any consensual risk-aware spanking session is going to have therapeutic benefits. Pleasure-based, queer-inclusive kink educator Lateef Taylor says that the difference between a regular spanking session and a spanking therapy scene is intention. In other words, spanking therapy requires skill! Social distancing protocols permitting, sex parties are another great option. Kinksters are a gossipy group. How spanking has these effects comes down to the release of feel-good endorphins and hormones such as oxytocin, dopamine, and adrenaline.
You see them for a specific kind of release. Does spanking feel like sex to you? Is spanking sex if the spankee is bare-bottomed? These are questions all spankees and spankers will have to contend with themselves. Most of the time the bum is the only part of the body spanked during a spanking therapy session.
Think about each cheek as being split up into four different quadrants. The lower, innermost quadrant is the most sensitive.
This is where the spanker will aim for the greatest response. Do you use your hand or…? As you become more advanced, you can invest in paddleswhich will offer different sensations. So, can you do it with your partner? But you both have to be willing to learn:.
Sex parties are also an option. Many advanced spankers will be pleased to have an opportunity to show off their skills.
If it is, tap your local — or the global — kink community to learn more. Or check out the aforementioned books and tutorials. In her free time, she can be found reading self-help books and romance novels, bench-pressing, or pole dancing.
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What is it? Who does it? Why are people interested in it? Is it always sexual? How is it done? What should you expect with a professional? How can you do it with a partner? Where can you learn more? Read this next. Ready for Something New? Read This.Who wants to be spanked
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