Rules Of The Domestic Discipline Game

It’s been ten days since my last orgasm and seventeen days since my last spanking. I know. You don’t care about my statistics. I often don’t care, either. They are significant because the quality of our domestic discipline declines the longer I go unspanked. The orgasm number is only important to me for obvious reasons.

I realize that a lot of our readers consider domestic discipline a lifestyle. They are very serious when they think about it. That’s what makes it fun. A disciplinary spanking is no joke. It isn’t foreplay and kills any erection that might develop before it starts. Mine go on for at least ten minutes. When Mrs. Lion is done, I have blisters and a little blood. Yes, fans, the spanking is serious.

That doesn’t mean the practice of domestic discipline isn’t a game. Poker is a game, and you can lose your house and car if you play and lose. My point is that just because something is real doesn’t mean it isn’t a game. Merriam-Webster defines a game as “ a physical or mental competition conducted according to rules with the participants in direct opposition to each other.”

There’s nothing in the definition about “fun” or “sex.” The domestic discipline game is fairly simple. There are few rules needed to play. This is how I understand it.

Domestic discipline is played by two or more players. Usually, it is two who are in a sexual relationship. This isn’t required. It is often played by husband and wife.

1. One player is the “disciplinarian. She makes “rules” that the “disciplined” player must obey or suffer a penalty. She is not required to inform the disciplined player of the rules but must inform him when he breaks one.

2. When the disciplined player breaks a rule, he must suffer a penalty. Most often, the penalty is a spanking. However, the disciplinarian can inflict any penalty she wishes as long as it doesn’t cause permanent injury.

3. The disciplinarian can inflict penalties even if no rules are broken. These extra penalties help both players remember that they’re playing the game.

4. The game is over when either player declares they are done.

That’s it. Those are the official rules. If you are interested in playing, I suggest that you present the rules above when proposing domestic discipline. They are fantasy-free and give a partner a clear idea of what’s expected. It’s fine to tell her that the game arouses you. That’s fair. But I wouldn’t say much more.

warnings and safety messages

Learning curve: All new players, unless they have prior experience with spanking, will take time to learn how to punish their partners. It took Mrs. Lion years to perfect spanking. Both players should remember this and be patient.

Deciding what to punish: Especially, in the beginning, it’s useful to create rules that are easy to break and aren’t emotionally important to either player. Attempting to correct a drug or drinking problem will almost certainly fail. Making rules about household chores or minor bad habits is ideal for the game. Good initial rules will be broken very frequently to permit both players to practice with punishment.

No “Backsies?” The disciplined player must never retaliate in any way after a punishment. It’s very bad sportsmanship to complain about being punished.

Punish Safely: Spanking is a very safe way to let a player know he broke a rule. A paddle is a safe implement for this purpose. Restrict blows to the bottom half of the buttocks and upper back of the thighs. Mouth-soaping is another common punishment. Restrict the time that the soap remains in his mouth to under five minutes. Longer than that can cause burns from the soap.

That’s it. We’ve found that the game adds a lot to our lives. We’ve been playing it for years. Have fun!