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Spanking cartoon by Dave Ell.

A ladder is a vertical or inclined set of rungs or steps.

Use as a trestle[edit]

A short ladder can be used for a spanking in the bent-over-object position, like a trestle or barstool, as shown in the cartoon by Dave Ell. Padding on top of the ladder is recomendable for a more comfortable position.

A step ladder with a platform to lie over can be used like a spanking bench.

Swedish Ladder[edit]

Swedish Ladder bondage and birching, illustration by M. del Giglio (1908).

The Swedish Ladder, also known as wall bars, is a ladder-like gymnastics apparatus mounted on a wall. It was invented in the early 1800s by Per Henrik Ling (1776-1839) and improved by his son Hjalma Ling (1820-1886).

Use for bondage/whipping[edit]

A longer ladder, Swedish Ladder or step-ladder can be used for bondage in a similar way as the Berkley Horse or a St. Andrew's cross.


See also[edit]

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