Posts Tagged ‘OTK’

The car made a slow turn at the bend and began to climb the hill. It was steep enough and the car laboured for a moment before the engine caught. In the rear-view mirror Abraham Heights looked quite pretty nestled on the side of the opposite slope. All white and red brick houses peeking above […]


Okay so this might not be a coffee morning, more like some kind of sex therapy party. But two women demonstrate how a woman can be spanked to orgasm. No idea what is going on but everyone seems to be having a great time. Not for everyone; some girls need to cry.


Vintage Sunday

12Oct14

Nun such thing

11Oct14

I saw the pictures above and remembered a girl I went to night school with. There was an article in the newspapers about the local convent school six form college and the fact that they still bought canes. The chief nun was quoted as saying something like: “We don’t really use corporal punishment anymore, we […]


When Siobhan was 18, by her own admission she rather immaturely teased a young man at her college. It was all she could think of to get his attention. This was back in the 1980s but she still remembers it vividly. He was a big rugby sort and not one of the intellectuals and politicos […]


Bristol 1896 Dear Mr Bradshaw, I am sure that you think me a silly little thing and of no account at all, and who is to blame you? My behaviour at our last meeting could only have confirmed any low opinion you may have formed of me. But the truth is I hold you in […]


Vintage Sunday

05Oct14

TV Spanking

02Oct14

Here is another curio from the original 1970s TV sci-fi The Tomorrow People. US actress (as they were called back then) Sandra Dickinson (an alien girl called Emily) is spanked by Nicholas Young who played the original John character, who is still featured in the latest US remake of the show. In this episode of […]


Charlie Lain’s mess of dark blonde curls tumbled pell-mell over her face as she stood bent at the waist in the middle of Davina’s floor. Her only clothing was a short white T-shirt emblazoned with a large yellow smiley face and a tiny pair of white ankle socks. She was a small girl with a […]


This snippet is from the Toronto-based publication, Justice Weekly, in 1949. It is taken from a letter from a woman who recounted her experience as a clerical worker in an office during the Depression. She it she tells of how she was caught stealing from her employer and was almost dismissed. Her boss was so […]



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