TreehousePablo & Mija's kewl links

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Here's our offering of things to do, people to meet and places to see. It's far from a comprehensive collection of spanko-stuff on the 'net. Just stuff that we particularly like and/or visit often. Enjoy!

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Personal pages

Castle Handyman
<http://www.demesne.org/
Castle_Handyman/welcome.html
>

P: One of the oldest and biggest spanking sites on the web. More focused these days on its message board and chat-room, but there's still a great selection of original fiction here.
M: Pab tells me this has been around forever. It's a very full site with stories and chat and an excellent links section. The Drawing Room was a really kind place for me to get used to "chat" too!

Laura's Spanking Corner
<http://www.thespankingcorner.com/>
P: Laura's site is the very best place on the web to find spanking stories, most of which were originally posted to the Usenet newsgroup soc.sexuality.spanking, or its predecessor, alt.sex.spanking. All of the stories here have been archived with the permission of the author.
M: I love Laura's site. She has a wide range of stories from a number of different authors (including some stuff from Pablo and me!). It's got a design that makes it easy to navigate and loads way quick. A Good Thing in a web page.

 

 

Little Girl Lost
<http://www.bloodinmoonlight.com/
lgl/
>

M: It's a site full of very good information about exploring role play.

Ranger
<http://www.geocities.com/rangervj/>
M: This site by Ranger contains some great M/M stories. Her Nick and Damien stories are totally great - a perfect mix of love and discipline. I highly, highly recommend this author.

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Kinky information resources

Greenery Press
<http://www.greenerypress.com/>
P: Could equally go in the vendor section, but the good folks at Greenery produce some of the best, friendliest, most down-to-earth how-to kink publications you'll find anywhere.

Informed Consent
<http://www.informedconsent.co.uk/>
P: An (if not the) excellent, comprehensive guide to the BDSM scene in the UK.

 

Soc.Sexuality.Spanking
<http://www.socsexualityspanking.org/>
P: This is the place to find out about the Usenet newsgroup soc.sexuality.spanking. It grew from alt.sex.spanking, which is where Pablo & Mija met, so it means a lot to us.

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Scene-related products and vendors

Acadamy Wear School Uniforms
<http://www.acadamy-wear.co.uk/>
P: A British company which supplies authentic school uniforms. We've bought knickers and gymslips for Mija here, and we love them. Did they misspell Academy deliberately? Who can tell.
M: Can ya believe he noticed that was misspelled? Sheesh! Anyway, they make great stuff and in all sizes. And even though it does make me blush to say it, I do love wearing my Academy knickers.

Adam and Gillian's Sensual Whips and Toys
<http://www.aswgt.com/>
P: Makers of some wonderful toys, including Pablo's hairbrush paddle, and the canes he uses to beat Mija mercilessly for his twisted pleasure.
M: A&G give new meaning to "beautiful but deadly". Their toys are beautifully crafted and terribly painful. Take their ratings very seriously. These people play hard. (I'm totally convinced that A-D-A-M is another spelling of Satan.)

 

Aitken & Niven
<http://www.aitken-niven.co.uk/>
P: We're using 'scene-related' pretty loosely here. This delightfully anachronistic Edinburgh department store is a main supplier of uniforms to Scottish schools. You want kilts and knickers, this is the place. Just don't tell them we sent you! (A&N appears incognito in this story.)

Shadow Lane
<http://www.shadowlane.com/>
P: Publishers of Stand Corrected, makers of cool spanking videos, holders of famous spanking parties, and also great spanko ambassadors.

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Kinkless stuff we happen to like

Amazon.com
<http://www.amazon.com/> & <http://www.amazon.co.uk/>
P: Like they need referrals from us? Yeah, right. It's a great way to buy books and stuff, but support your local bookshops too, okay?
M: Gotta love them. They have everything and are eager to make things right for you. Some others may be a little cheaper, but can't match their service and reliability. And I love their reviewing system.

Anagram Genius
<http://www.anagramgenius.com/>
P: Does exactly what you might guess: brilliant anagrams from just about anything at all. 'Pablo and Mija' turns out to be 'Am bad? Join lap.' Which is damned perceptive for a piece of software, if you ask me.

BBC Online
<http://www.bbc.co.uk/>
P: Claims to be the biggest web-site in Europe, and I'm not arguing. Tons of news, weather, sport, and all with an impeccable British accent. For Anglophiles everywhere.

 

 

eBay
<http://www.ebay.com/>
M: Okay, I'll cop to being totally hooked on on-line auctions. There is just nothing kinked or unkinked that eBay doesn't sell. I'd be afraid to count how much money I've spent there. Let me know where the anon help group is meeting.

Internet Movie Database
<http://www.imdb.com/>
P: A truly brilliant resource for film trivia buffs. It's what hypertext was designed for.

Open Directory Project
<http://www.dmoz.org/>
M: This searchable web directory is what Yahoo! used to try and be before they messed it all up. It offers categories under various topics edited by humans (not search spiders). I edit the spanking story sites category. And I'm doing a pretty good job too if ya ask me.

Virtual Florist
<http://www.virtualflorist.com/>
P: A good place to send simple but effective virtual greetings cards. You can even arrange to send real flower bouquets. Can you believe it? Real flowers?!

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