Do you know what we can do right now to empower our kids, help prevent sexual abuse, hinder bullies, put criminals behind bars and foster corporate and organizational transparency? We have to stop punishing our tattletales. A Little Background I spend most of my afternoons watching the neighborhood kids play in the common area of our condominium complex. Basically, my job is to monitor. Every day, at least once, one of the kids ages comes up to me and tattles on my son or one of the other kids:
The original date of posting to the MMSA was: His head was low to floor because of the spanking he was getting and he could see up her dress. She had on pink satin panties with white lacy trim. He thought how soft they looked and wished he could try them on. Dennis ended up getting five birthday spankings by the time the party was over and his bottom was a little sore.
A Parenting Revelation: It’s Time To Stop Punishing Tattletales
Terminology[ edit ] In North America , the word "spanking" has often been used as a synonym for an official paddling in school,  and sometimes even as a euphemism for the formal corporal punishment of adults in an institution. In the United Kingdom , Ireland, Australia and New Zealand, the word "smacking" is generally used in preference to "spanking" when describing striking with an open hand, rather than with an implement. Whereas a spanking is invariably administered to the bottom, a "smacking" is less specific and may refer to slapping the child's hands, arms or legs as well as its bottom.
The original date of posting to the MMSA was: This was the same area where my friend Bill had a cabin in which he had spanked be a few times when I was a teenager. I loved the feeling of walking through the great outdoors naked and usually, unless it was cold, I have some wood showing. I climbed down the side of the canyon trying not to fall, naked, and after almost slipping a few times made it to the rock. I guess some cute little girl and left them here after skinny-dipping they were so clean you would have thought they had come right out of the package.