Leaning position

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An F/F flogging on Folsom Street Fair (2006).
Leaning against wall as spanking position


Externally hosted image on Handprints: Drawings Gallery #1
Spanking art by Taira Kibato.

The leaning position is a spanking position. In this position, the spankee is standing and leans their hands against a sturdy object such as a wall, or the edge of a table. The spankee's legs can be kept together or spread apart. The leaning position is easy to assume, so it's a common position for introducing a person to spanking, or for an on-the-spot spanking.

The leaning position is perhaps the most used position for school corporal punishment in the United States (paddling).

Other use[edit]

This position is also used for personal search of suspects by the police (see also inspection).


  • The spankee stands at the edge of a desk or table and places his/her hands on the surface, or clings to the far edge.
  • The spankee lays his/her torso flat on desk or table, but keeps some (maybe 20%) of his/her weight on his/her feet (see half-standing position).

Spanking videos[edit]

  • Hands on the Wall - Alex and Maddy School Swats 2 (Assume the Position Studios), corner time, photos


See also[edit]