F/x

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Illustration depicting a mother spanking her children (1889).

F/x is an abbreviation used in spanking art to signify an artwork or story that features an adult female spanker and a spankee of unknown or unspecified gender.

It may also be used to characterize multiple scenes, some of which are F/m and others are F/f.

To indicate that both male and female spankees participate in a single scene, the abbreviation F/mf or a similar composite abbreviation is used.

Besides,f/x is an abbreviation used in spanking art to signify an artwork or story that features a minor female spanker and a spankee of unknown or unspecified gender.

It may also be used to characterize multiple scenes, some of which are f/m and others are f/f.

To indicate that both male and female spankees participate in a single scene, the abbreviation f/mf or a similar composite abbreviation is used.

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