Post Number: 1
|Posted on Tuesday, June 16, 2009 - 06:47 am: ||
My wife has recently bought a clear plastic lexan paddle with holes in it. We have both agreed that for my next spanking, I will be spanked to tears using this implement. Does anyone know of these paddles, and if so how many hard strokes would it take to bring me to tears? Also, are they more or less painful than the cane, and do they leave marks?
The last time I was caned was when I was 18. I would always be crying freely by the time I'd received my 6 strokes and I don't think things would be any different now.
Your replies would be most welcome. Thanks.
Post Number: 87
|Posted on Tuesday, June 16, 2009 - 12:48 pm: ||
Lexan has a sharp and intensive sting. We find a Lexan paddle less painful than a rattan cane, but a person's perception and characterization is quite individual, so we can only really say for sure that Lexan hurts different than a cane. Sorry to be so non-definite.
Much of the sting of Lexan is due to its glass-smooth finish. Many wood paddles are not finished as smooth and glossy, so that must be taken into consideration when comparing. I use a gunstock finish and techniques on our wood panels.
Our preference for Lexan is without holes and thin enough to flex a little. This results in a sharper sting. In fact, I would say that Lexan or rubber delivers the sharpest sting of all.
We also have experienced that Lexan causes skin failure sooner than equivalent wood, while the pain seems about the same as glass-smooth and shiny wood of identical weight. I suspect it is to the slight resilience of wood that is lacking in Lexan.
Any marking will be the result of the edges of the material. If a short spanking is given, marking is of no consequence. If a longer spanking is intended, then red marking is a sign of incipient skin failure, and is not a bad thing, just an indicator of how things are progressing. For longer spankings with less damage, the outside edges and hole edges should be rounded or angled, then smoothed to avoid marking and early skin failure.
We don't have a lot of experience with holed Lexan, but our recent experiments with a holed and a smooth rubber paddle was that the holed one stung a little less but felt heavier. That is, it stung slightly less but the hit felt harder. Weights and dimensions were identical. Skin failure occurred at about the same number of strokes, but the holed paddle colored its cheek up sooner and the damage was a little more substantial. The photos show that the first 200 strokes with the smooth one look about the same as the first 100 with the holed one.
As far as how many strokes would bring you to tears, that is anybody's guess. I personally think your wife should decide how much visible coloring-up or damage she is comfortable with, and not let your tears stop the spanking. But, some of that depends on whether your spanking is intended to be a physical or an emotional experience. Damage-wise, some this will depend on how often you are spanked. A longer time between spankings can mean more severe spankings.