Difference between revisions of "Bent-over position"

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{{BBB|gallery113|4|pj01sm_thumb.jpg|Drawing by [[Professor Jim]].}}
[[Image:Pcrg303x.jpg|thumb|upright|"Hands-on-knees" [[spanking position]]]]
{{BBB|gallery113|4|pj01sm_thumb.jpg|Drawing by [[Professor Jim]].}}
[[Image:Spankart victorianchair.jpg|thumb|upright|"Victorian Chair", drawing by [[Spankart]] (2007).]]
 
The '''bent-over position''' is a [[spanking position]] in which the [[spankee]] is standing (in some variants, on [[tiptoes]]) and [[bending over]].
 
The command phrase '''''Bend over''''' is often the command that starts the spanking, so by itself can be a hot button phrase for [[spankos]]. "Bend over" was the traditional schoolmaster's command prior to caning an offending schoolboy in the UK and in territories under British cultural influence. Another command with the same meaning, mainly used in the USA, is ''[[Assume the position]]'', particularly commonly used in a college fraternity paddling context.
 
== Gallery ==
 
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[[Image:Spankart victorianchair.jpg|thumb|upright|"Victorian Chair", drawing by [[Spankart]] (2007).]]
Image:38479 cjshad.jpg|Young [[Japan]]ese woman bent over, hands supported by a ball.
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