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Synonyms for spanking

Synonyms for spanking

the act of slapping on the buttocks

quick and energetic

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A very spanking grey in that cab, sir, if you're a judge of horse-flesh.
Declining to inspect the spanking grey, on the plea that he was but poorly acquainted with such matters, and would but imperfectly appreciate his beauties, Mr Garland invited Mr Chuckster to partake of a slight repast in the way of lunch.
When a person thinks of "Fifty Shades of Grey" one think of bondage sex, "Red Room of Pain" and even spanking.
Even before the Adrian Peterson case ignited a national debate about spanking, I've noticed many folks of late defending the practice on the grounds that today's no-good kids don't respect authority, apparently because they never endured a good whippin' like we did.
16, 2014 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Is spanking ever a justified form of discipline?
The 21-year-old singer brought her notorious Bangerz tour to Belfast and treated the screaming audience to a show where she simulated sex with a car and enjoyed a spanking from a dog.
Washington, April 16 ( ANI ): Researchers have found that spanking was far more common than parents admit, that children were hit for trivial misdeeds and that children then misbehaved within 10 minutes of being punished.
Defending, Andrew Green said Jones' wife had sent him a text two days before the offence which indicated she was willing to engage in adventurous sexual behaviour including spanking.
Mr Green said that the wife had given her story to a national newspaper but failed to mention that she had sent him a text two days before the offence which indicated she was willing to engage in adventurous sexual behaviour including spanking.
While spanking is reportedly becoming an a gauche social practice in Canada, the Canadian Incidence Study of Reported Child Abuse and Neglect documented 18,688 substantiated cases of physical abuse occurring in Canada in 2008, of which just over half (54%) involved a child being hit with a hand, including slapping and spanking.
spanking and correcting misbehaviour in other ways can help that happen," Straus says.
The primordial violence; spanking children, psychological development, violence, and crime.
This secondary analysis of data from a longitudinal cohort of 1,933 families across the United States could not establish whether spanking exerts a direct effect on cognitive and emotional development "through stress, trauma, or other physiologic or neural processes, or whether spanking is simply an indirect proxy for other unmeasured parenting practices that negatively affect cognitive development.
The study, led by Canadian researchers, is the first to examine the link between psychological problems and spanking, while excluding more severe physical or sexual abuse in order to better gauge the effect of corporal punishment alone.
In the movie, Keira has a raunchy sex scene involving spanking.