Katherine is an articulate young spanking enthusiast from New York who describes how she and her boyfriend use consensual F/M spanking play, as well as occasional domestic discipline, to create a more fulfilling and harmonious relationship.
As always, this interview is presented for entertainment and informational purposes only. We are in no way recommending that consenting adult partners spank each other. (But if you do, that’s your business.)
Here are some edited highlights from Part I of our delightful conversation with Katherine. Part II of her interview is available here.
“If you’re a guy who’s interested in spanking, my advice is to just bring it up with your girlfriend, or your wife, or whoever. It’s better if you just put it out in the open instead of keeping it a secret, because I think women are a lot more open to it these days. You’re probably more likely to be well received than you think that you’re going to be. And being honest is great.”
“I think it’s definitely becoming more socially acceptable to enjoy spanking or other kinky play in the bedroom or in your personal life. There used to be a huge stigma attached to this, but that’s starting to go away a little bit.”
“I brought up the idea of spanking maybe a year into our relationship and I honestly wish I would have done it sooner, because it’s really made both our sex lives and our personal lives better.”
“We do spanking in bed and for fun, and we also do it for discipline once in a while. Not all the time, but sometimes he just crosses the line where I think that he needs to be spanked and that works out really well for both of us. It makes our relationship less tense and there are less passive-aggressive feelings, because we can put things out in the open that way.”
“In my mind, there’s a difference between spanking play that we do in the bedroom and when we do real discipline punishment spanking. In bed, it’s supposed to be fun. It’s supposed to be sexy. And while I have to admit there is something a little bit sexy about the discipline, that’s not what it’s about. It’s about fulfilling a need that we both have and making our relationship run more smoothly.”