Difference between revisions of "Pat"

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Patting is different from spanking mostly in that it is much lighter so it does not cause any [[pain]]. In the context of a spanking, light spanks (pats) can be used e.g. in the beginning of a spanking for a teasingly slow start, before progressing to real spanks. When a [[spankee]] has been patted (spanked very lightly) for several minutes, they will often develop a longing for harder spanks. So the technique of patting, as opposed to a [[hard start]], can be very effective especially with spankees who are not too much into pain, or those who need time to relax into the sensation and situation of being
spanked.
These light taps are sometime referred to as "love taps" and are usually a stimulant in preparation for the "real thing" spanking that are forth coming.
Also, a spanker may use both hands and tap his thighs as an indicator for the spankee to place him or herself over the lap of the spanker.
 
== See also ==
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