Janet W. Hardy is a writer and sex educator, and founder of Greenery Press. She has also been published as Catherine A. Liszt and Lady Green. She is the author or co-author of ten books, and frequently collaborates with Dossie Easton.
The Lady Green's The Compleat Spankerby Lady Green
Everything you always wanted to know about consensual erotic spanking - anatomy, warm-up, implements, positions, troubleshooting, tricks and tips, and much more. The Compleat Spanker has solid coverage of many striking implements beyond the traditional hand-spank. See more details below
Everything you always wanted to know about consensual erotic spanking - anatomy, warm-up, implements, positions, troubleshooting, tricks and tips, and much more. The Compleat Spanker has solid coverage of many striking implements beyond the traditional hand-spank.
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- 5.90(w) x 8.80(h) x 0.40(d)
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The Compleat Spanker is a thin little book... 12 chapters in 70 pages, plus four appendixes. It is surprisingly thorough despite the small size, and actually has solid coverage of many striking implements beyond the traditional hand-spank. This is a well-written book. The text is tight, precise, and easy to read. Green claims an interest in spanking to be very widespread, and attempts to write a book that's approachable even without an acceptance of broader SM. Although I'm too steeped in BDSM culture to say for sure, I think she has succeeded. The main body of Compleat Spanker is well organized, structured in the order a scene would progress: communication, warm-up, implements, positions, and afterwards. Position illustrations are minimalistic, inoffensive line drawings that compliment the text nicely. Overall, the contents are generally basic. As an experienced spanker, I didn't gain much new information from the book. The chapter Tips, Tricks, and Fun Things to Try was an exception, and I did find some new tidbits there. It was, however, a very fast and entertaining read. Who should read the book? As implied above, an experienced spanker probably won't gain much beyond entertainment. For less experienced folks interested in spanking better, I doubt there is a better guide anywhere. Even if you don't want to have anything to do with SM, this book won't offend.
Movies and the media seem to have had a fascination with spanking for years. This is a book that tells you how to do it right, so that both partners receive the most fun out of it. The book takes great pains to explain it is about consensual spanking and nothing else! It looks at why some of us enjoy it, toys to use, different positions, and other important aspects of this activity. This book is a quick and enjoyable read, and full of important information.
The book clearly lives up to its name as a 'primer' on spanking. Sections include ones on spanking warmup, toys to use, what to do if things go wrong, a resource guide, and how to clean your spanking toys. The book is short with a lot of information packed into it and can be read in an hour or two. Great introduction to spanking.