Archive for ‘Other Punishment Stories’

August 16th, 2019

A Victorian Re-Enactment

A university graduate finds herself taken back in time

By Paul S

Andrea was a University graduate aged 21 with a well-rounded figure of 36-26-38 who had just graduated and was applying for a new job. She saw an advert for a new museum curator which tweaked her interest, as it involved history which was her degree subject.

She was interviewed along with several other people for the position running a new museum of Victoriana, as part of a larger museum complex.

During the interview, she was asked questions about testing of Victorian implements and costumes, which sounded interesting, but she perhaps didn’t fully grasp what was being expected of her.

August 14th, 2019

That mystery photo – the results

Very many thanks to all who took the time and trouble to email me regarding the old photo that supposedly showed a young woman bent across a prison punishment block about to receive a strapping. All your replies were most gratefully received.

Many, including me, had doubts about the genuineness of the photo on the grounds that it seemed too good to be true. At the same time, we thought the photo had been quite well edited to produce the result shown. Some, though, were able to pinpoint particular areas which somehow just did not seem right. However, I’m indebted to Angela Fox for her expert appraisal.

August 8th, 2019

The Mentor

A headmistress and a former pupil meet up, with repercussions. By a new writer to us.

By Lorna Monroe

Life was going swimmingly for Tracey Black in the lovely summer of 1971. A pretty vivacious girl with long auburn hair and a figure which frequently attracted admiring glances, she was home from university, where she was studying English Literature, being pampered by her adoring parents, and had even acquired a wonderful new boyfriend.

Tracey had been a model student at school, always handing her essays in on time, a keen hockey player (considered a major plus at West Park), and Head Girl in her last year. She was a special favourite of the Headmistress, Miss Kendal. In fact, the charming if slightly formidable ‘Miss K’, as she was known to all her girls, was the reason this former pupil found herself in the delightful Victoriana tea room this Saturday afternoon. The Headmistress had invited her to stay in touch when she left school, and the two met regularly when Tracey came home.

August 5th, 2019

An Unexpected and Interesting Afternoon

A professional disciplinarian gets a new client.

By Rob Burton

I wanted to say a big, big thank you for yesterday. It was an enjoyable experience, and you helped me through my nerves with your kind encouraging words and smiles. Apologies for not saying much after, and for talking too much before, but I get like that when I’m nervous. See, I even do it on text as well!

E,  xx.

I re-read the text once again with a lump in my throat. How sweet, I thought. Yesterday had been one of those days that you have to pinch yourself to remind it was real and it actually happened.

August 5th, 2019

A House Clearance

A routine job leads to an interesting discovery

By Julie Baker

My name is Mandy Barker and I am 23 years old. I still live at home with my Mum and Dad in Sheffield, but I am trying to find a place of my own to give me a bit more privacy and independence. I’ve always been happy living at home and there are obvious financial advantages, but recently I have found it a bit restricting. I’m growing up in lots of different ways and finding new interests, but I’ll explain more about this later on. To start with, I had better give you a bit of background information on who I am and what I’ve been doing with myself since leaving school.

July 17th, 2019

Shoplifters Will be Punished

How one shopkeeper dealt with a thief. By a new writer to us.

By Paul Cabbell

My name is Paul Johnson. I am 62 and own a gift shop in a small seaside town in Norfolk, England. The shop barely makes enough money to cover the bills, and nothing angers me more than shoplifters stealing from me and putting my livelihood in jeopardy. What makes it worse is that even if you do catch one, the local police won’t do anything about it. The last time I did and called them, they wouldn’t even attend, and told me that it was a civil matter. This has left me with no alternative but to deal with this problem myself.

July 16th, 2019

Strictly Unofficial

Unofficial punishments at a company training centre

by Felicity Sangster

This story is set in 1991 when I was 24 and had decided to leave banking and work in the catering industry. The name of the company and other pieces of identifying information have been altered.

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“Well, how often did you get your backside warmed, sissy?”

Madeleine had not lost her little sisterly talent to provoke and annoy.

“Whatever in the world are you talking about?”

“You know absolutely fine, Flick. There you are blushing away pretending not to know what happened in the gym at Stanhill.”

Of course she was right.  Super annoying as ever.

July 9th, 2019

Tension and Release – The Movie

A group come together to make a spanking movie, and it seems almost  real. By a new writer to us

By Felicity Sangster


After working for several major companies in the catering industry, I set up my specialist recruitment company supplying staff to the hospitality sector about nine years ago. This story relates to a movie project which I was involved with thanks to my longstanding friendship with Imogen, who is now in the film business.

No Business Like the Film Business

We met Imogen in her favourite corner of her preferred coffee house. The table was covered in papers and she had her laptop open. I introduced Maggie to her and, after the usual pleasantries, Imogen explained what she wanted out of her latest film which was aimed at getting the feel of what it was like to attend a traditional English girls boarding school in the 1950s. The cast would likely be in their twenties but would be playing the part of girls of around eighteen. That was how Ropers Grange, a training academy for young ladies, came into being.

April 17th, 2019

Archdean School: The End of an Era

The headmaster’s time at Archdean draws to a close


Helen Brown had taken 12 hard strokes of the cane early on Saturday morning and the pain and the burning smart had only slightly reduced during the rest of the day, but she sat with her Mother in the evening, more recovered now, sipping wine and watching television. Mr Simmons had advised her to broaden her reading material and this had been talked about with her Mother on and off as the day progressed.

Mrs Brown was sympathetic towards her daughter and understood Helen’s position because her own motivational discipline had actually been successful; at the back of her mind was the knowledge that Mr Simmons would always rise to the occasion again if asked. Indeed, the thought had been playing around in her mind for a while, partly because she felt she could be motivated just as well with a milder session of corporal punishment, but also the local gossip grapevine had one or possibly two other mother/daughter pairs partaking of Mr Simmons’ tutoring and the competitive streak in Penny Brown ran strong. As was her intrinsic curiosity.

April 16th, 2019

Returning Home From London

Following on from ‘An American in London’, Katie now has to face her mother.

By Mary Desmond

Things were starting to come together in my life. I had just completed my internship at a major corporation in London for the final hurdle needed to complete my courses and earn my four year degree at the university back in the US. The corporation, whose name I will continue to keep out of the story, had given me an opportunity of a lifetime with the internship. They had placed me at their London office and catered to my needs with assistance for travel, housing and any training needed, all the while paying me a decent wage during my time with them.