Today’s author is Brad Dare, who wrote “A Cheerful Discussion,” a brand new story for the 2015 print edition. This story is from real life, a fond memory of how a nerdy senior class president got to spank a bratty but sexy cheerleader.
Frank grabbed Nancy by the hand and pulled her under the bleachers. By this time, the crowd had thinned and the corner Nancy had chosen was isolated, so no one really noticed—or at least let on that they noticed. The music was blaring over the loudspeakers so any sounds were muffled by the background noise. Frank pulled Nancy down to the floor and over his lap. He landed a few hand spanks on her thin summer cheerleading pants, but then she wiggled off his lap and tried to scoot away.
By this point, however, Frank was on a mission and he was not going to be deterred. He didn’t know whether Nancy was insulting him or flirting with him, but he didn’t care. All of the obstacles that had prevented Frank from dealing with that gorgeous, fun, deserving girl—with a rear end just made to be spanked—had toppled. It was his chance to do what a man needed to do. He caught Nancy’s feet and proceeded to use the masking tape to tie together her ankles. Nancy moved around a bit but didn’t verbally protest or attempt to rip the tape. Frank then began spanking Nancy in a very methodical manner, using the romantic music to establish a nice beat. When she put back her hands to shield the blows, Frank used the tape to bind her wrists above her waist. She both glared and giggled, but did not resist in any significant manner and the spanking continued.
“Am I hurting you?” Frank asked Nancy.
She replied, “I’m feeling it, but I deserve it!”
To read more of the story, you can order My First Spanking here.
Bio: Brad Dare is a lawyer who loves ice hockey, spanking and spending time with friends and family. He grew up in the West and now resides between Baltimore and Washington, DC. At national spanking parties, he can usually be found gathering troops for a cigar party where people chill out and celebrate life.