Boy/man

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Note: This article should actually be named m/M. However, for technical reasons, articles in this wiki can't begin with a lower case letter. Therefore, the alternative lemma boy/man was chosen.
In German carnival, a boy birches an adult man. Etching by J.F. von Goetz (1784).

m/M is an abbreviation used in spanking art to signify an artwork or story that features a minor male spanker and an adult male spankee. It could be, for example, a son/father, grandson/grandfather, nephew/uncle, boy/male babysitter or schoolboy/male teacher scene.

Like all pairings where a minor spanks an adult, m/M is usually a role reversal and very rare.

m/M is man spanking art.

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