Spanking Straight Boys – “Storming Out”
This is the conclusion of the Spanking that started with the video “Excuses, Excuses.” It was a bad day for young Logan. Tom had decided to punish him for a serious fight he started when he was 18 and playing a high school football game. He attacked the other young man, who was not yet 18, with a football helmet, so it was serious matter. He was prosecuted and briefly went to jail.
Logan, like too many boys, does not want to take responsibility for his actions. He is full of excuses and extenuating circumstances. He could have acknowledged that he was fully responsible for the fight and gotten off with a much shorter spanking. Even if they didn’t believe what they were saying, most boys would relent and tell Tom what they thought he wanted to hear, but not Logan.
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Tom was having none of Logan’s excuses. He continued to lecture Logan and tries to get him to take responsibility for his actions. He uses his hand and a leather slapper to try to bring his point home. Then he switches to a hard session with a hairbrush that completely breaks Logan down. He writhes about wildly, kicking his legs and yelling.
Finally, when he can’t take it any more, Logan hops up, runs off and locks himself in the bathroom to hide his tears. Tom gives him a few minutes to calm down and then summons him back to finish his Spanking. Tom does finally get Logan to acknowledge his misdeeds and apologize.
Logan later told Tom that he deserved this Spanking and that it had done him quite a bit of good. It helped him realize that many of the problems in his life are of his own making. We hope that lesson sticks with him.
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Something about this seems a tab unethical. Particularly because these are not fictitious scenes and the reactions of these guys are very real, showing him running away like that because the pain was too much for him (not everyone can take a hard spanking with a hairbrush) was kind of heartbreaking, and not in a fun punishment narrative kind of way. Who knows what these guys’ lives are like, but we do know they are reluctantly submitting to a filmed spanking because they need the money, this one, in particular, seems to exploit the boy’s emotional vulnerability by making his desperation a selling point to the video’s excitement. I hope this studio keeps this sort of thing in mind going forward.
Hi Jeff, Tom, the owner of Spanking Straight Boys, has asked me to post the following response to your comment. Ward
Hello Jeff – While I appreciate your concerns, they are unfounded. There is never anything unethical about the spankings I give. The models are never desperate. This was the fifth spanking for Logan. He certainly knew what would be involved, and he knew that being obstinate would result in a longer, harder spanking. I can only guess why he chose to be defiant. Eric chose to be defiant in his videos and told me he did so because it would make a better video. I think Eric wanted to show how tough he is. As far as Logan is concerned, all I know for certain is that after the cameras were off, Logan told me that he did not break down because the spanking was too hard or painful. He said that things in his life that had been bothering him came to the surface during the spanking, and that is what made him get so emotional. He also told me it had done him good and he felt much better. Desperation is CERTAINLY NOT the selling point of any of my videos.
If the boys were desperate, the videos would be sad and making them would be awful. I have turned away potential models who were desperate for that reason. Meaningful consent is essential and I would never shoot without it. None of the boys have done these videos because they were desperate. One bought an Xbox One, while another bought a custom-modded vape box. Others have paid for tattoos and trips abroad. One told me he did the videos because he just can’t see working for minimum wage. In the end, most of them are just trying to subsidize a better lifestyle (nicer clothes, trips to bars, dates, etc.). The selling point is also not breaking the boys. If you are familiar with my videos, the boys rarely break down. They are straight and want to take it like a man. I could keep going at them until they break down, but that is never the goal. I go for reality in my videos, and that reality is the selling point. Sometimes that reality may involve raw emotions, but it never involves desperation.
Thanks for taking the time to thoughtfully reply. I see where you’re coming from.
Hi Jeff – You’re welcome, and thanks for following up.