Most children cry when they are spanked and most adults do not cry. Why is this so? Well, in the case of a child most ” serious ” ( i.e. something more than a few slaps ) spankings are for punishment and most spankers do not regard a spanking as adequate unless the child cries. This expectation of crying as the result of being spanked is generally carried forward into adulthood. Feelings of closeness and intimacy may come from spanking, particularly in otherwise distant relationships.
Unfortunately, I had to move the entire blog due to a technical hiccup. (read more here:
That’s why I moved all posts to my new blog: read more here:
But the big news is … Spankozblog is back!
New articles can be found at the homepage (spankozblog.com ) – we had to delete and reload the entire database, and given that the new blog is already up, I gave this blog to an old friend of mine, who will continue writing here.
When the relationship between spankee and spanker is good and there is emotional attachment, the tears seem to flow easier.
At least that is how it works for me. I love to cry during a spanking. Getting spanked to tears. The sensation is overwhelming.