Sometimes a woman takes authority over her man without having the will to discipline him. She recognizes her superiority; his need for guidance. Cultural conditioning keeps her from using the retributive cane, belt or tawse.
Several decades back, a major matriarchal club, developed a means to aid the woman who had discovered the righteousness of female dominance but was struggling with corporal punishment. The disciplinary card was a boon to novice Mistresses.
Headquartered in Manhattan, the club was the largest female domination group of its time. Over a hundred women confessed their inability to spank or whip their husbands and boyfriends. They were frustrated with themselves. Many of their men were in dire need of corrective punishment.
Experienced Mistresses offered to discipline the wayward males. Women who wanted their sisters’ help filled out cards. They went in a box. Volunteer chastisers received cards at random. The process was like a raffle.
The club owned its building. Rooms reserved solely for punishment were renovated. Punishment rooms were dark and bare. A spanking bench the only furniture. Corporal punishment implements hung from the wall in lieu of paintings.
Mistresses used whatever technique and implements worked best with their own men. It was agreed that the punishment session should last at least half an hour or until men broke down and cried. Whichever was longer.
The reluctant Mistresses had to be present and watch while their male was punished. Seeing other women whip and spank husband and boyfriend, freed the women of their inhibitions.
More women began using pain to correct male misbehavior. Men learned subordination and service.