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Finally, Health Canada recommends that parents do not spank or hit their children.
The artwork is linked to the paintings at Jesmond, which form part of the Baltic art centre's Spank the Monkey exhibition, which ended at the weekend.
Spank the Monkey used the Metro system to showcase some of its work, and the similarity between the exhibition and the type of illegal graffiti which plagues the service prompted some passengers to comment that Nexus was setting a bad example to passengers.
Results of this poll show that 22 percent of parents report that the they are very likely to spank their children, while 10 percent paddle their children.
Some have claimed locations for the Spank the Monkey exhibition should have been given to local writers, but Reuven Fletcher, graffiti co-ordinator for the city council, thinks the project will have a positive effect.
Outback Apparel, the North American licensee of Spank Sport International, of Australia, will make its first introduction into U.
To spank when needed tells the child that you love them enough to care about the way they choose to behave,'' she argues.
Spank the Monkey, the first major international exhibition of its kind, comes to the Baltic today.
WHEN I'm having sex I like my boyfriend to spank me as I'm getting close to orgasm.
The no-spank (legislation) is a good idea, but it goes about it the wrong way,'' said Karp, taking issue with the possibility that parents who spank their toddlers could face up to a year in jail or a $1,000 fine.
a subsidiary formed in May 1998, is the licensee for the Australian based Spank Sport International, for the sale and distribution of competition swimwear, activewear and accessories for the North American marketplace.
The California Legislature is about to weigh in on a question that stirs impassioned debate among moms and dads: Should parents spank their children?