Children spanking dolls

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Child spanking a doll with a birch. Vintage spanking postcard.

Children love roleplaying, and girls, in particular, often use dolls as roleplaying partners. Since dolls don't speak or move (unless they are special technical dolls), this greatly strengthens the child's imagination. Playing with dolls is also believed to be good for the development of social skills.

A popular and classic scenario is that the child will play the role of an adult (e.g. a mother) and the doll will play the role of a child. This often leads to very sweet scenes in which the child scolds her doll and/or "punishes" her for being "naughty". These may include classic punishments such as corner time or spanking.

Many children will "act out" any spanking scenario they see in books or will emulate the spankings they receive from their parents. This may include scolding or lectures prior to the spanking. Even in the administration of the spanking, the child will use any method on the "children" their parent uses on them.

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[edit] In Spanking Fiction

In the spanking novel Melody's Stories it is very common and officially encouraged for rejuved children, particularly "Pennys", to spank their dolls, acting out punishemts for their own crimes or misdeeds. A special line of dolls, called "Spanking Susie" (and the male counterpart "Spanking Sam") is sold precisely for that purpose. These fictional dolls are able to react in an pseudo-intelligent if stereotyped way, pleading for mercy and apologizing for their naughtiness, as well as crying. In the stories, dolls are often given "names" linked with their owner's names, for example Melody's doll is named "Robin" (explained as "Melody = Birdsong = Robin").

Other stories set in the Rejuve Universe have also included this element.

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