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'''Hurt''' can refer to [[suffering]] or [[pain]] -- physically or emotionally. The word is both a noun and a verb. The verb "to hurt" can mean either "to cause pain" (e.g. "You hurt my feelings") or "to experience pain" (e.g. "My bottom hurts").
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'''Hurt''' can refer to [[suffering]] or [[pain]] physically or emotionally. The word is both a noun and a verb. The verb "to hurt" can mean either "to cause pain" (e.g. "You hurt my feelings") or "to experience pain" (e.g. "My bottom hurts").
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== Hurt and spanking ==
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[[Corporal punishment]] is about the measured infliction of pain for the purpose of [[punishment]]. So a common complaint from [[spankee]]s is "''that hurt!''" either as attempt to influence the [[spanker]] or simply as alternative to [[cursing]] is coping with the pain. A stereotypical response is often alone the lines of "''It's a [[spanking]] it's meant to hurt''".
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Corporal punishment requires that a distinction be made between causing hurt and causing harm. where hurting is transitory and harm is lasting.
   
 
== See also ==
 
== See also ==

Latest revision as of 18:42, 24 January 2013

Hurt can refer to suffering or pain — physically or emotionally. The word is both a noun and a verb. The verb "to hurt" can mean either "to cause pain" (e.g. "You hurt my feelings") or "to experience pain" (e.g. "My bottom hurts").

Hurt and spanking[edit]

Corporal punishment is about the measured infliction of pain for the purpose of punishment. So a common complaint from spankees is "that hurt!" either as attempt to influence the spanker or simply as alternative to cursing is coping with the pain. A stereotypical response is often alone the lines of "It's a spanking it's meant to hurt".

Corporal punishment requires that a distinction be made between causing hurt and causing harm. where hurting is transitory and harm is lasting.

See also[edit]