Scotland

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Man wearing a kilt of the Clan Murray of Atholl.

Scotland is a constituent country of the United Kingdom. Scotland occupies the northern third of the island of Great Britain and shares a land border to the south-east with England. It has a population of about 5 million and three officially-recognised languages: English, Scottish Gaelic, and Scots.

The two main cultural areas of Scotland are the Lowlands and the Highlands.

Tartan is a specific woven textile pattern that often signifies a particular Scottish clan, as featured in a kilt.

Spanking in Scotland[edit]

A Scottish birching table, 19th century.

Throughout history, Spanking was as common in Scotland as in the rest of the UK. Scotland also had judicial corporal punishment for a long time. In the year 1936, 230 juveniles under 16 years of age were ordered to be birched. See also whipping table.

The tawse[edit]

A two-tailed leather tawse with hanging strap produced for the BDSM market.

The tawse, a spanking implement that is a kind of leather strap with its end cut in two or more 'tongues', originates in Scotland. It was preferred to the cane for school corporal punishment, but used more commonly on the student's palms than on their buttocks.

Scottish spanking clubs[edit]

Scottish spanking actors and actresses[edit]

Lucy McLean and her husband and business partner Paul Kennedy both appear in videos made by their company Northern Spanking and also act in videos by Bars and Stripes. Amy Hunter is McLean's half-sister. Other actresses include MacKenzie Reed (Northern Spanking), Charlotte Appleby (Well Smacked Seat), and Sacha (Real Life Spankings).

Spanking videos[edit]

  • Lisa Gets A Severe Tawsing For Being Late For Everything (Real Life Spankings), two-tailed Lochgelly Scottish tawse
  • St. Catherines Private School For Girls, Episode 81: The Scottish Rebellion (Spanked In Uniform)

See also[edit]

Political parody of Scotsman whipping Britannia with thistles, the emblem of Scotland. The anguished onlooker might represent the Church of England (c. 1750).
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