[Download Reading] The Toybag Guide to Canes and CaningAuthor Janet W. Hardy – Z55z.co

To the uninitiated, it s a simple stick To the skilled player, the cane is simple, beautiful, utilitarian and intense Janet Hardy shares a decade and a half of expertise on both ends of the cane use, materials, construction, maintenance, different styles of application, pacing, aftercare and much


10 thoughts on “The Toybag Guide to Canes and Caning

  1. Ophelia Ophelia says:

    An excellent, short book which I would recommend to all new and not so new to caning The only things I d disagree with are I think no one should ever use garden centre bamboo sticks to hit people with, and also I don t think that canes should be used to hit palms The author does say that both of those are dangerous but suggests that they could be done lightly and carefully Personally I don t think it s worth the risk She also suggests the use of nonoxynol 9 to clean canes This would have be An excellent, short book which I would recommend to all new and not so new to caning The only things I d disagree with are I think no one should ever use garden centre bamboo sticks to hit people with, and also I don t think that canes should be used to hit palms The author does say that both of those are dangerous but suggests that they could be done lightly and carefully Personally I don t think it s worth the risk She also suggests the use of nonoxynol 9 to clean canes This would have been common advice at the time of the book s writing but is no longer recommended see


  2. Virginia Rand Virginia Rand says:

    Some very good advice for both parties.