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A cushion is a soft bag stuffed with padding, such as feathers, wool, cotton wool, foam rubber, or air. Cushions are most commonly square, rectangular, round, or cylindric.

Cushions are used to make sitting and resting on chairs and sofas more comfortable, and also for sitting, kneeling or lying on the floor.

Cushions in spanking

Cushions are used in spanking for a couple of purposes:

  1. To make a spanking position more comfortable for the spankee, especially when unpadded (e.g. wooden) furniture is used.
  2. To enhance a lying spanking position by pushing up the spankee's buttocks. Often, a pile of two or three cushions will be needed for a satisfactory "push up" effect.
  3. Cushions are good for spankers to practise spanking precisely and controlled with new implements, such as canes, straps, or whips. It is a good idea to practise on a cushion; the spanker can see exactly if the intended target spot was hit or not.
  4. After a sound spanking the spankee may be allowed (or not) to sit on a cushion, e.g. during meals or homework, to make sitting more (or less) comfortable.

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