Tag Archives: feminism

Backlist to the Future: The Passion Season by Libby Doyle, a feminist’s #SFR (with a swoony hero) #B2F

Backlist to the Future is a weekly Thursday feature highlighting science fiction romances from authors’ backlists. To be notified of future Backlist to the Future posts, you can subscribe to this blog (top of the sidebar). If you’d like to submit … Continue reading

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#SpankingRound: Feminism and spanking: it’s simple really…

I’m a Cara Bristol. I’m a feminist, and I write about women being spanked. Not just erotic slap-and-tickle spankings, but disciplinary ones involving the husband punishing his wife for breaking a rule. One of his rules. What century are we … Continue reading

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My take on spanking, domestic discipline and feminism….

A few months ago I blogged about spanking and feminism. The Wellred Weekly asked if I would expand on that subject. Can a woman be spanked and still call her self a feminist? How does domestic discipline and gender equality … Continue reading

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Can a woman be a feminist and a spanked wife?

Several years back, my husband and I headed out to dinner with another couple, when a small, telling moment occurred. Our friend, who I’ll call “Ralph,” was, as they say, a bit of a control freak. He had to be … Continue reading

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