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Safety

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Consent
what each participants agrees to during negotiations

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Roles

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Types of Spankings

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Corner Time
Time spent in the corner, normally used before or after the spanking as a time to reflect on the upcoming or recent punishment

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Types of Implements

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Cane
noun - a thin flexible implement normally made from Rattan or Acrylic; verb - to spank with a cane.

Capzasin-HP
Referred to as “Spanking in a bottle,” it crates a heated sensation similar to a spanking when applied to the skin. Often used to relieve arthritis pain. Capzasin is an active ingredient in chili peppers.

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Materials

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Types of Positions

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Care

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Cream
lotion or other product applied to the bottom after the spanking to decrease dryness, bruises or marks

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General Terms

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CDD
abreviation for "Christian Domestic Discpline," a Domestic Discipline relationship with a Christian religious component

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