Bending-over-back-of-chair position

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The bending-over-back-of-chair position is a spanking position which involves a chair or armchair that is placed with the seat facing away from the spankee. The spankee is made to stand at the chair's back and bend over it, placing his or her hands on the seat of the chair. This position is a variant, or cross, of the bent-over position and the bent-over-object position. In an extreme form (head very low) it can also be a kind of jackknife position.

Depending on the size of the spankee and the height of the chair and its back, the top of the chair's back will be at the spankee's abdominal or hip area; limiting how far the spankee can bend over. If the chair's back is too high, it is unsuitable. The spankee should not rest their weight on the chair's back. The chair's back is mostly there to keep the spankee from leaving the position. The spankee's weight should rest to 90% on their feet and to 10% on their hands, ideally. If an armchair or couch is used, more weight can rest on the abdomen and less on the feet.

The height of chair's back combined with how the hands are to be placed can force the spankee to stand on tiptoes in this position.


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