The legendary fetish model and spanking superstar Amelia Jane Rutherford has been featured in sooooo many top-notch spank action films and photo shoots — I thought I’d select some of her glowing hot highlights from the past year or so. BTW, she’s also graced the pages of this site by guest-blogging for CRR: for example, check out her 2013 blog post: “Six Reasons NOT to Wear Panties” and surf over to a behind-the scenes style feature with more fab eye-candy imagery.
A remarkable ass-blazing illustration from the pervy masterminds over at the new websiteSpankRed3D, a site which features all original artwork, never before seen sizzling illustrations, bun-blazing artwork, red-ass fantasies and tons more. . . .
In spanking video news, the producers at Shadow Lane have released an explicitly hawt vid called “Strictly Spanked and Purged,” starring the beguiling Ten Amorette and wonderfully stern Ralph Marvell, featuring red-ass, anal discipline, enemas and more cherryred themed deliciousness.
In the cherry red editorial pipeline: Stay tuned for an interview with the beguiling Mishka of Triple A Spanking fame, pictured below in one of the most erotic and hotttt vids I’ve seen in a while. . .
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What’s up spanky peeps. Wonderful parody I recently stumbled upon in my pervy files, of one of the most iconic, and most parodied, paintings of the 20th century, Grant Woods “American Gothic” — the original version of which always made me yawn terribly. [I do not know unfortunately who created this parody.]
Here we have the farmer’s gloomy, dour expression, as depicted in the original painting, now cleverly transformed into one of, perhaps, delightful mischief. And the woman’s modest attire morphed into something a bit more, well, spanktastic.
Certainly do dig this version heaps better; be that as it may, for us spankos, a sturdy brush or well-worn paddle would have been more apropos than a riding crop, don’t you think?