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You might have noticed that there has been a bit of a birching theme, on this blog, since Saturday. I thought that I would bring that to an end today with a selection of images and a few thoughts on the subject.

I Wonder If Birches Turn Out Better, If You Get Naked To Make Them?

I will have to try it one day. Just to find out for myself 🙂

But Spring Is The Best Time Of Year To Make Birches

As birches are best made out of the newer growth of fast-growing trees and shrubs, you have the whole of last year’s new growth to play with.

And as most of the plants have not budded yet, you do not have the tedious task of picking all the leaves off the branches, before making the birch.

In spring, just prior to the buds bursting, the amount of sap running into the branches tends to increase. Making the branches a little heavier and more flexible than normal.

I Have Only Experienced Three Types Of Birch

There are dozens of trees and shrubs, that you can make birch rods out of, but I have only ever been on the receiving end of three of these.

Siberian dog wood birch

Although these look big, red and mean, these really are the birch for wimps. A spanker can thrash away with one of these and it is one of the easiest toys for the recipient to experience. The pain level is not high at all.


Willow birch

These are very ouchy and may be beyond the limits of a new spankee. But an experienced player will probably enjoy this toy. The type of pain sensation is special, even a bit yummy.


Hazel wood birch

I would describe being spanked with one of these as one of the most challenging spankee experiences that you can have. It is incredibly painful and it does not surprise me that they used to be used for real judicial punishments, in the bad old days.

And Just A Few More Birching Images To Enjoy

And that concludes this little miniseries of birch related postings on this blog… For now 🙂


11 responses

  1. What a timely horticultural advice! I will never look at the dogwood the same. Any thoughts on mulberry branches?

    Believe it or not, I’m writing a story called Birching Bordello, it’s a roleplay spanking story, presumably set in Victorian London with many layers of mistaken identity. Gasp!

    • I have never been birched with a mulberry birch, Sore. Thinking about it, I don’t think that I have ever seen a Morus growing in Belgium, so I probably won’t get the chance to experience that.

      I hope that the story turns out well 🙂


  2. I’ve been lucky enough to have been birched on a number of occasions by a number of people including Pandora/Blake, who is shown making a birch and in some of the other pictures. the intensity of a birching can vary considerably depending on length of switch, number of switches and type of wood. Also unless the user is careful they can bend round your bottom and strike on the hip bone which is very painful indeed. Personally I prefer a straightforward cane or a carpet beater but variety is as they say the spice of life.

    • Throwing free toys, into the wood chipper at work, just seems like such a waste, sometimes, Simon. 🙂 I get the bit about the wrapping problem, that can be helped by making a shorter birch, with the twigs that are more flexible.


  3. Some nice pics and interesting info Prefectdt. I’ll take your word for it on the Siberian dog wood birch lol


  4. Some nice pics and interesting info Prefectdt. I’ll take your word for it on the Siberian dog wood birch lol


  5. can i be that girl?


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