View Poll Results: What kind of corporal punishment, if any, should be allowed in public schools?

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  • Paddling over the clothing

    27 23.89%
  • Leather strapping over clothing

    2 1.77%
  • Paddling on the bare

    6 5.31%
  • leather strapping on the bare

    3 2.65%
  • caning over clothing

    2 1.77%
  • caning on the bare

    10 8.85%
  • birching on the bare

    4 3.54%
  • cat of nine tails on the bare

    2 1.77%
  • all of the above

    12 10.62%
  • none of the above -- corporal punishment should be banned

    45 39.82%
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Thread: What kind of corporal punishment, if any, should be allowed in public schools?

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    Re: What kind of corporal punishment, if any, should be allowed in public schools?

    No one lays a hand on my kid and lives to tell about it. She has a parent for a reason. Call me and I'll deal with whatever's going on. You touch her, YOU suffer.

    Also, I never had to use any kind of corporal punishment. I either got lucky, or I'm doing something else right.
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    Re: What kind of corporal punishment, if any, should be allowed in public schools?

    If the educator is having problems with my kids that are serious enough that discipline needs to be taken to the next level, they tag me in. That is their only option, unless they weren't looking to keep their arms attached once they're done belting my boys.

    If they can't keep the little monsters buttoned down until I show up to rain on their parade, they shouldn't be teaching anybody's kids, much less my kids.
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    Re: What kind of corporal punishment, if any, should be allowed in public schools?

    Quote Originally Posted by Luna Tick View Post
    What kind of corporal punishment, if any, should be allowed in public schools?
    The kind where the school calls me and allows me to administer the punishment I see fit after investigating the situation. Any teacher or administrator who lays a hand on my child will have a big ****ing problem on his hands after he gets out of the hospital. I am the only one who is allowed to spank my child(ren).
    Quote Originally Posted by Luna Tick View Post
    So there you have it. They had spanking in the schools I attended. I have mixed feelings about it because I developed an erotic appreciation for it and won't date a man unless he's willing to spank me. True story.
    Alrighty then ...

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    Re: What kind of corporal punishment, if any, should be allowed in public schools?

    I do sympathize with Arcana and TacDan's viewpoint. I don't like the idea of anyone else whuppin' on my kid.

    When my son was in 1st grade, he was causing some problems. I spoke to the teacher and we adopted a simple solution: if he was good, she put a smiley-face on his daily report. If he misbehaved, she put a frowny-face. Discipline was applied at home for misbehavior at school. Inside of three months he turned into a Model Student.

    However, when I was in school corporeal punishment was allowed, and it would certainly appear that schools were more orderly back then than they seem to be now.

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