Month: November 2018
What Else More Delectable Bottoms
Last week I asked what made pictures on OBB different from other sites. I got no answers. So here is my answer. Most of the pictures do not show spanking. I leave that to the imagination of the readers. I don’t think I have ever posted more than few red bottoms. Just not my thing.
So here are a few for your imagination.
And for readers that like to see a reddened bottom
PS, got my bottom well toasted Friday.
Taking The Wood Paddle
Bacall’s cast is off. She is still in a boot for a month. However, I thought some sort of celebration was in order. So, last week, I told her that tomorrow she would be getting a dose of my belt and that today would be a preview of coming attractions. So I showed her what the belt felt like for several minutes. The next day, I got out several leather items and turned her bright pink.
The next day, her bottom and her mouth felt sassy. She is giving me some friendly sass and I am telling her even though I will be leaving soon, I have time to attend to her. So what does she do, she presents herself and I get to work quickly. Solved her problem.
Now let us see some gals take a wooden paddle well laid on.
Why Do Men Wear Panties?
Well, according to me and this guy anyway. Your mileage may vary.
Available in hundreds of colors
Available in thousands of styles
Invisible under most pants and jeans
Erotic for many men to wear
Cheaper than men’s underwear
and the number one reason for me is a cultural “forbidden pleasure”
Some Of That Good Old Fashioned Masculinity
Real Men Saved Lives in Thousand Oaks
The mass shooting at a Thousand Oaks, Calif., bar last week was a tale of men and masculinity. The killer was a 28-year old Marine corporal who had completed a tour in Afghanistan in June 2011.
There were other young men there, too, including 20-year-old Matt Wennerstrom. In interviews, Mr. Wennerstrom looks like a typical college student—backward baseball cap, gray T-shirt and jaw scruffy with a few days’ growth. On camera, he seems laconic, humble, willing to answer questions, neither eager for the limelight nor afraid of it.
As soon as he heard the shots, Mr. Wennerstrom told ABC News, he knew “exactly what was going on.” He and some friends grabbed everyone they could and pushed them down behind the pool table, piling their own bodies on top of the girls. One woman, who was celebrating her 21st birthday, told “Good Morning America”: “There were multiple men who got on their knees and pretty much blocked all of us with their back toward the shooter, ready to take a bullet for every single one of us.”
When the shooter paused to reload, Mr. Wennerstrom grabbed a bar stool and tossed it through a window. He and his buddies pulled 30 to 35 people to safety. After they got some to the parking lot, they went back for more.
This is the masculinity we so often hear denigrated. It takes as its duty the physical protection of others, especially women. This masculinity doesn’t wait for verbal consent or invitation to push a person out of harm’s way.
The way so many women have a natural ease with caring for children, so, too, do many men have the instinct to protect and serve. We can harness it, but it doesn’t proceed automatically. It is a refined sort of masculinity that must be developed and praised. The military has done this for years. Only the educated classes have learned to sneer at it. Would that they never need it.
There will always be young men like the Thousand Oaks shooter, full of rage, mentally unstable, living with mom, failing to launch. We can work to eliminate the threat they pose or treat whatever mental disease hobbles them. But we will never stop every malefactor from obtaining a weapon.
Mr. Wennerstrom and his buddies missed the lecture that young women don’t require protection. Many lives were saved as a result.
Ms. Shrier is a writer living in Los Angeles.
Bring on more masculine toxicity
An important read on the revolution that is going on now
• Truth vs. social justice. The left prioritizes social justice over free speech, respect for facts, and the marketplace of ideas.
• Individual vs. group identity. The left sees people primarily as members of groups defined by race, class, sex and sexual orientation.
• Growth vs. redistribution. The left adopts economic policies that explicitly prioritize equality overgrowth in the apparent belief that the poor suffer more from relative deprivation than absolute poverty.
This what today feels like to me
LOL Or Not – One Day Only
Laughing and Crying
I always wondered if Joni Mitchell had more in mind than the obvious with these lyrics:
Then she’s crying on someone’s knee
Saying, laughing and crying
You know it’s the same release
A Spanking Bench
Comments You Don’t Want.
When OBB was new, we got comments like the one below on a regular basis.
Being a male, my wife “Mommy” knows the hairbrush brings the results she wants. I first felt the hairbrush seeing an older woman. My language and attitude she finally had enough. I was over her lap, bare bottom in position and that hairbrush got my attention. I can kick, squirm, plead, does no good, she still stop only when she knows my bottom will be difficult to sit on and that i will think hard before doing it again. When she does stop, stands me up, she holds that hairbrush in front of me and reminds me what will happen. Women and hairbrushes men should watch out.
These sort of comments were never on target and always included more grammatical errors than even I can make. I count four in this one, but it’s not the grammar that irritates, it’s telling and re-telling their little story on someone’s else’s blog anonymously.
Deleting the comments and changing the content of OBB ran them away.
All this to say it was really good when folks like you that share our interests found OBB and started commenting.