Spanking for Jesus movement lets God-fearing husbands feel good about punishing their wives
By Eric W. Dolan
Wednesday, June 19, 2013 21:29 EDT
Spanking for Jesus or a movement known as Christian Domestic Discipline. The alternative lifestyle fell into the media spotlight on Wednesday thanks to The Daily Beast and Jezebel.
Both publications detailed the household arrangement, in which men dominate women using divinely-approved spankings. It sounds like a crude parody, but The Daily Beast estimates that thousands of couples have actually embraced the Christian Domestic Discipline way of life.
Two websites devoted to Christian Domestic Discipline both emphasize the absolute power of a husband over his wife, a situation that is purportedly supported by biblical teachings.
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They should just call it BDSM because that's what it is. They just need a way to make like they're still good little Christians while they're doing it.
It is called Taken by Hand, and is a branch of BDSM. Very much practiced. Glad I am of neither group.
You and me both, Renee. I just do not see the value of a relationship where one dominates another. Every adult relationship should be a partnership. Period.
It is some people's kink. To me I am just too free spirited to be manhandled or dominated. BDSM though is a kink, and for some a lifestyle. You will discover all religions and no religions within this lifestyle. Some thrive on it, so bless tham. I will stay me completely, free, single and happy:)
by Daniel Carter 7 years ago
Here's the link. Rather shocking, since Jesus supposedly is the "Prince of Peace." However, it seems to be consistent with the general temperature and climate of the religion forums here:http://www.stuff.co.nz/entertainment/bo … -to-censor
by mshunt 3 years ago
Have you ever been "paddled" in school? By paddled, I mean spanked by a teacher?I was paddled by the Dean Of Boys when I was in the 7th grade. He hit me twice with his board and I walked the straight and narrow afterwards. I knew for a fact I didn't want anymore of that. So,...
by Kim Kennedy 2 years ago
What would you do if you saw someone smack a child?Out shopping, I challenged a grandmother who smacked her toddler grandchild alongside me, because he was whingeing. We ended up having a row in the street, which I've never done with anyone before. How would you have acted?
by Lupozee 7 years ago
Was watching a programme this morning regarding extreme parenting, where this woman would punish her children if they didnt get grades above B, and wouldn't let her children go out with their friends, she even punished her daughter because she didn't put effort in her mums birthday card!!! so she...
by romper20 7 years ago
I don't have pre teen children, but I say spank away.
by greeneyesH1982 8 years ago
I bring this up because some people think that the united states is trying to ban this altogether and think that it will result in more crime from children being allowed to get away with more.... what are your thoughts on this
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