Here’s my bruised bottom after a spanking.
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Oh shit! Thanks for the bruise. I have a slight fascination with bruising!
I was actually just talking about this the other night. When I started getting spanked at lot in the public scene, a lot of Tops/Doms (read: white) are used to judging a person’s limits by the color of their bum. That’s a good system but it doesn’t work for everyone, obviously. 
This one dude took it as a challenge and fucking WRECKED my ass and NOTHING. Worse beating of my life with nothing to show for it. :O
But then I learned that on darker skinned people, you might not have anything noticeable most of the time. But deeper tissue bruising can come up in interesting colors (purple, green, blue). I’m not a science-y person I suspect it has something to do with what the base color of your pigment is. A bruise is basically ruptured blood vessels under the skin. That means the color of your skin actually tints everything you see. I’m brown but I’m a reddish/orange undertone to my skin. So until my bruise turns purple (meaning enough vessels have popped), it’s not easy to spot. 
You might have to be more strategic about creating bruises if that is a goal (which is often is for me). Pick your spots (literally). But when you get a bruise they come out looking AWESOME.
Kinda like the one above. <3 Thanks for sharing!
Jun 30, 2012 / 3 notes

Here’s my bruised bottom after a spanking.

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Oh shit! Thanks for the bruise. I have a slight fascination with bruising!

I was actually just talking about this the other night. When I started getting spanked at lot in the public scene, a lot of Tops/Doms (read: white) are used to judging a person’s limits by the color of their bum. That’s a good system but it doesn’t work for everyone, obviously.

This one dude took it as a challenge and fucking WRECKED my ass and NOTHING. Worse beating of my life with nothing to show for it. :O

But then I learned that on darker skinned people, you might not have anything noticeable most of the time. But deeper tissue bruising can come up in interesting colors (purple, green, blue). I’m not a science-y person I suspect it has something to do with what the base color of your pigment is. A bruise is basically ruptured blood vessels under the skin. That means the color of your skin actually tints everything you see. I’m brown but I’m a reddish/orange undertone to my skin. So until my bruise turns purple (meaning enough vessels have popped), it’s not easy to spot. 

You might have to be more strategic about creating bruises if that is a goal (which is often is for me). Pick your spots (literally). But when you get a bruise they come out looking AWESOME.

Kinda like the one above. <3 Thanks for sharing!

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