Spanking Used In Medical Therapy
Thanks to Mitch Philbin, of All Things Spanking, for doing a post about this. To See the post and get a link to the genuine, medical article, please follow the link below
I thought that it might be fun to pick a few statements from the article and illustrate them, with photographs and GIFs, for your enjoyment.
Spanking therapy uses spanking as a form of release. People may choose to take part in spanking therapy to release stress and responsibility, explore power roles, or work through negative emotions or trauma.
Spanking therapy may be an option for anyone of an appropriate age to take part in consensual BDSM practices.
People may wish to find a spanking therapist or learn how to safely carry out spanking therapy with a partner.
What is the purpose of spanking therapy?
Power play: People may find it sexually arousing to play with power roles, such as becoming dominant or submissive. Others may also find it freeing to release responsibility and power in a controlled environment.
Stress release: Individuals may find similar benefits from spanking therapy as those from mindful activities, such as meditation.
The authors also note that some scientific theories suggest that SM practices, such as spanking, may help some people heal from trauma.
Spanking therapy is not necessarily sexual, and some people may see it in a similar way to other forms of physical therapy. Others may see it as a more ritualistic experience.
If that has you interested, you can follow the link below, to go directly to the article
Or try this more in depth article from 2020