In spanking art, the term pairing describes the genders of the spanker(s) and spankee(s) in an artwork or story. These can be put in places such as the subject line of a posting, the name of a file, or next to a link. They help other fans to find or to skip over pairings they like or dislike.
The most common abbreviation scheme is to use the letters M and F to signify "male" and "female", respectively, and a slash to separate spanker(s) from spankee(s). The letters left of the slash signify spankers, those right of the slash signify spankees.
In addition, capital letters can be used to signify adults and lower case letters to signify minors. For example, F/m means that an artwork or story features an adult female spanker and a minor male spankee — in other words, a woman spanking a boy. (more...)
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