What is cake spanking?
Parents using the layer cake method typically reason with their child for one minute before spanking them for four or five minutes, giving the child time to process what happened and be open and receptive to future spankings. While Pinkie sat trembling in the spanking position, she began crying as Mr. Cake slowly used his cutting board paddle on her butt; each smack from his paddle felt more complex and more painful than before, eventually leading her to give in and request more.
What is the best way to spank?
Spanking is a beloved fetish among people looking for ways to add discipline-focused thrills and spills into their playtime. There are various techniques available for both experienced spankers and beginners looking to start spanking safely and sensuously.
Before starting spanking sessions with your partner, it’s essential that both of you openly discuss what arouses them. While this might feel uncomfortable at first, open communication will allow your partner to understand your desired goal better and help both of you work towards it together. Furthermore, mutual consent must always be obtained before spanking begins.
As a top, it is best to begin your session by gently warming up your partner’s bottom with light strokes before hitting harder. This allows them to adapt and prepare themselves for more intense sensations without repeatedly hitting one spot, like their butt cheek with the palm of their hand; hitting this same spot too many times quickly becomes irritating and should be avoided at all costs.
Once you’ve warmed up, try targeting meatier parts of the butt for deeper strikes that create an invigorating thud that many find stimulating. Also, experiment with changing up both pressure and strike location to add variety and intensity.
Once both of you have established a comfortable level of experience, it’s time to branch out into more advanced techniques. Paddles, whips, flogs, and belts can all add variety and increase arousal levels; brave souls might even try using a spatula! Experimentation is vital when finding what works for both of you – don’t settle until you find something that feels like home!