Erotic spanking

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Erotic spanking (also known as spankophilia) is the act of spanking another person for the sexual arousal or gratification of either or both parties. Activities range from occasional sexual roleplay (such as ageplay) to domestic discipline and may involve the use of a hand or the use of a variety of spanking implements, such as a spanking paddle or cane.[1] Many cultures describe pain as an aphrodisiac. For example, the Kama Sutra, in particular, goes into specific detail on how to properly strike a partner during sex.[2]

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History and literature

Representations of erotic spanking and flagellation make up a large portion of Victorian pornography (see 1000 Nudes by Koetzle.[3]) Hundreds of thousands of engravings, photographs, and/or literary depictions of spanking and flagellation ("birching") fantasies circulated during the Victorian era, including erotic novellas like The Whippingham Papers, The Birchen Bouquet, Exhibition of Female Flagellants[4][5] or the pornographic comic opera Lady Bumtickler's Revels.[6]

Among well-known people who liked to be spanked for erotic purposes or emotional gratification were T. E. Lawrence [7][8], Kenneth Tynan,[9][10] Frank Bough,[9] John Mortimer[9] and Harvey Proctor.[11]

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