Posted on 12th June, 2017

Many women - and probably quite a lot - suffer from a guilty conscience and nagging feeling that, in their past, they have done one or more shameful things for which they really ought to have been given a good telling-off and then been properly punished.


And by "properly punished" I mean had their bottom smacked and made to feel very, small, chastened and subdued before they could genuinely say "sorry" and be forgiven.


Such feelings are, of course, commonly suppressed; and countless women tell themselves not to be so silly and that the whole idea is totally impractical.  Which means that the nagging feelings of guilt linger on.  And in some cases - whether deliberately or subconsciously - the women try to devise their own little methods of trying to punish themselves, which can easily be both dysfunctional and also ineffective in assuaging their guilt and remorse.


There are other women (or they may well be the same ones) who have come to recognise that, when they were younger, they developed some bad habits which are now causing them serious problems as their responsibilities increase (and they become more adept at hiding their habits or bullying people into not challenging them).


Some of these women may even have read the blog dated 4 June 2017 on this website.


The problem is that, while identifying bad habits as the root causes of problems is an essential first step, it does not, in itself, cure the problem.


By their very nature, bad habits that have become deeply engrained may be difficult to stop.


Experience has shown that traditional corporal punishment, applied sensibly, firmly and fairly, is a very effective method of changing attitudes and modifying behaviour.


It follows that women who have developed harmful bad habits may find that they NEED to be given corporal punishment in order to help them change their attitudes and mend their ways.






In fact, three are not uncommon:


1.  Whereas some women feel strongly that a proper spanking must be given on their bare bottom -to make then feel properly humbled and subdued - others have strong ethical objections to baring their bottom even for solely disciplinary purposes.


2.  Some women cannot afford to have distinctive cane marks visible across their bottom, even for a short time.


3.  Some women find the prospect of a caning too frightening because either they have never received one before or, if they have been caned before, they felt the punishment was imposed in an abusive and.or sadistic manner.






The ABC system works perfectly well for pupils who want to keep their bottom covered for a spanking.  (And the cane actually works better through a thin, tight layer of clothing).


A wooden clothes brush or a leather strap can be used instead of a cane.  The flat surface does not leave such distinctive marks.


In fact, I have recently come to realise that a specially devised leather belt-strap that I made is far more effective than I had first supposed.  "Getting the strap" with attendant waiting, formalities and bending over can be made to seem pretty much as serious as "getting the cane".


(The strap is more effective than a slipper because it is longer, whippier, and FAR easier to apply than a cumbersome slipper.  If the strokes are given through clothing their force can easily be increased, slightly, to compensate for the pupil's bottom being slightly protected.)




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Given the current furore about sexual harassment this post is interesting to a degree, Seemingly, some women are content to be responsible members of society.