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SPANKSore Posteriers Annoy Naughty Kids (Kids Next Door show)
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The book - the basis for a new Channel 4 documentary - details Spank Daddy's modus operandi, which is to meet women face-to-face to assess their motives for wanting to be spanked, as well as his experiences.
Huw Lewis, head of external affairs for Nexus, said: "The artworks at Jesmond were a temporary installation as part of Baltic's Spank The Monkey show.
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The Supreme Court of Canada has recently ruled that parents who spank their child for corrective or educational purposes can rely on Sec.
OTTAWA -- The Supreme Court of Canada says parents can spank children, who are older than two years of age and are not yet teenagers while teachers "may reasonably apply force to remove a child from the classroom or secure compliance with instructions, but not merely as corporal punishment.
Most of these studies are additionally self-discrediting by focusing solely on parents who spank teenagers rather than on parents who spank younger children.
Although the effects of corporal punishment on children is still undergoing rigorous scientific debate, less attention has been devoted to why parents spank their children.
Essentially, it's never really necessary to spank children," maintains Eugene Walker, a psychologist at the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center.
Question: "Do you think it is OK for a school teacher to spank a student?
Upon returning home, Rainbow tells Andre that he needs to spank Jack due to the incident.
Parents spank with good intentions - they believe it will promote good behavior, and they don't intend to harm the child.
But, looking back, just 34% of those who were spanked say they believe there were times when their parents were quite wrong to spank them, while 66% say there were not.