Rolling up the shirt

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Lifting or rolling up the shirt (or other upper garment) of the spankee, as an act of preparation, is a common technique in spanking. Many upper garments are cut long enough to cover the buttocks fully or partially. A spanking requires that the garment is either taken off or brought sufficiently out of the way.

See also rolling up the sleeve (of the spanker).

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The shirt (or other upper garment, such as a T-shirt, blouse, dress, nightshirt or chemise) can be lifted or rolled up either by the discipliarian, or the spankee can be ordered to do it themselves. A typical instruction would be to roll up the garment all the way up to the armpits and hold it there.

The upper garment can be brought out of the way either before or after the lower garments (such as trousers and/or underwear) are taken down or off.

  • In the first case, it provides better access to the waistband (and anything that holds a lower garment in place, such as belt, fly button and zipper). By instructing the spankee to roll up their shirt and hold onto it, their hands are kept in a fixed place and away from their lower body. This can be a helpful technique for the further proceedings of the punishment.
  • In the second case, it preserves modesty until the last moment before the spanking begins. This method is seen in literature and film mainly with female spankees.

Pinning up the shirt[edit]

Main article: Pinned-up skirt

In some spanking literature, the upper garment is pinned up with a safety pin, especially for corner time.

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