How far should domestic domestic discipline go?

Or more specifically, WHO should practice DD? Most commonly one partner (spouse, boyfriend, girlfriend) disciplines the other in a consensual agreement. But should siblings step up to spank another? Should parents continue to spank adult children?

In an Old-Fashioned Christmas by Nickie Flynn, a woman who is the witness protection program, joins a co-worker at her family’s home for the holidays. She and the friend’s older brother hit it off (no pun intended) and have some spanky panky fun. All is well until the police detective brother becomes suspicious of her identity. It’s a good solid romance, but what is unusual about it is that the friend’s entire family practices DD–and the brother has taken it upon himself to try to curb his sister’s wild ways by spanking her. One of the most explicit spanking scenes is between the brother and sister.

What do you think about this type of relationship? An Old-Fashioned Christmas is this week’s book selection on Celeste Jones’s Spanking Stories Book Club. I hope you’ll come and share your views. You don’t have to have read the book to join the general discussion.

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4 Responses to How far should domestic domestic discipline go?

  1. As we head into the holidays and I try to understand why my family is the way it is and all the dynamics….I’ll have to be grateful that there won’t be any family spanking around the Christmas tree.

  2. I prefer the spanker and spankee to have a romantic relationship of some sort, vs siblings or parent/child. I’ve seen quite a few books recently where the brother is spanking his sister, and if it’s a “bare bottom” spanking, I tend to have a negative reaction. It’s not the spanking that bothers me so much as it is the intimacy involved in baring the skin for the punishment. If the spankee’s bottom remains covered, I have no issue whatsoever. Again, I think it’s a matter of each reader’s personal taste and view toward intimacy. JMHO.

    • Cara Bristol says:

      I think you hit the nail on the head, Kathryn. It’s the intimacy of the bareness that made the spanking discomforting. If it had been over clothing, it would have been easier to accept.

  3. Thianna D says:

    I don’t have a problem with it. Disciplinary spankings are different from erotic spankings in my head.

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