Posts Tagged ‘1940s’

The line drawing by Malteste is taken from the Petite Dactylo (the little typist), which was a spanking novella by Pierre Dumarchey, published under the name of Sadie Blackeyes. The heroine of the novel suffers a series of misadventures, most ending with a spanking or a birching. Whether or not it was grounded in reality […]


Vintage Sunday

11Nov18

Vintage Sunday

07Oct18

During the 20th century in Europe and America there was a huge growth in spanking literature, artists, underground movies and even barely disguised spanking pursuits in mainstream books, movies, theatre and even night clubs. Hardly anywhere in the so-called developed world seemed immune from the interest, although different cultures explored it differently. The now-liberal countries […]


Vintage Sunday

06Dec15

Vintage Sunday

15Nov15

An art theme to this week’s selection. I am assuming the last one is faked, but rather well done I thought.


Vintage Sunday

08Nov15

Dark Father

05Nov15

A cloud crossed the watery full moon turning the bright night a shade dimmer for a second until it cleared. Dark houses, merely silhouettes to mortal eyes, stood like hollow-eyed sentinels overlooking the suburban avenue. Not that there was much to see. The rain had cleared the streets a little now and only a few […]


Saddle Sore

22Oct15

The cartoon at the top of the page had me laughing and prompted me to dig out several other westerner spanking images. Never is the substitution of sex more prevalent than in westerns. In most contexts the caveman brute can only be accepted in movies if the eroticism is treated as comedy. Yet within the […]


Vintage Sunday

30Aug15