Spanking is a term that is often used to describe sexual abuse or violence, particularly towards children.
In Australia, the term spanking is used as a term of abuse to describe abuse committed by an intimate partner or spouse.
It has also been used to refer to child abuse and spanking.
However, the word “spanking” was invented in the US in the 1960s, when a group of American men decided that the word was a word that was not acceptable for children.
A group of US researchers coined the term “spank” to describe their experiments with spanking children.
The spanking experiments were designed to see how the term would be used in a real world setting.
In the US, the children of the spanking groups were given a set of words and they were asked to guess which one was the correct one.
The correct word was spanked, with the correct spanking word chosen by the participants.
The children who guessed the correct word were told to leave the room while the other children watched the experiment.
The next day, the participants were asked if they thought the spankings had been appropriate.
The majority of the children said yes, with most saying that the spanks were appropriate.
However a small number of children said they were uncomfortable with the spANKING word and felt it was not appropriate.
A review of the scientific literature in the Australian Journal of Family Therapy, Child Abuse and Neglect, found that, among those who were uncomfortable or did not want to participate in the spanked sessions, about 20% were spanked more than once.
The research suggested that the term was generally acceptable and it was thought to be more psychologically rewarding to spank children who had experienced abuse, compared to those who had not.
The term spank was first used in the 1950s and is used by some American men to describe child abuse.
In addition to spanking, some American fathers also spank their children to improve their relationship.
Some American men use the term as a way of dealing with their anger, which is sometimes considered a form of abuse.
One of the more common forms of spanking that is used in Australia is called the “sledgehammer spanking”.
The spanker holds a long hammer at the child’s throat, hitting the child on the chest, stomach or back.
They often spank the child as a means of control and as a form, of anger management.
There are also spanking manuals and training materials available in Australia, which are available in English and Spanish.
There is also a website that can help children with spank training and techniques, which can be found at spankingstories.com.au.
Source: ABC News | Duration: 23min 38secTopics:human-interest,family-and-children,community-and.society,children,sexual-offences,health,community,australiaFirst posted December 15, 2018 11:33:26More stories from New South Wales