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    • Debbie Musselli

      Should A Woman Be Spanked? Asked of four Brooklyn men by the now defunct “New York Daily Mirror.” Looks like late 1950s. I know some men who like to be that the same thing....can you believe this stuff.

    • Elle Ikiebe

      If a woman needs it, should she be spanked?" News clipping from the New York Daily Mirror, c. 1950s i'd like to have seen one of them try it on me i'd rip your dick off and spank you with it! muthafuckers

    • Hope Shaw

      A 1950s clipping from what is believed to be the New York Daily Mirror. Funny how things have come full circle? Once again, spanking is all the rage. 'Cept these days women who are spanked aren't "asking for it," they're BEGGING for it.

    • Kristin Provident

      1950s newspaper article: Should A Woman Be Spanked? WOW - along with the pictures of four men whose wives probably hated them. Wtf!

    • Lauren Ross

      If a woman needs it, should she be spanked?" News clipping from the New York Daily Mirror, c. 1950s -- Ahahahaha. The last one. It's funny, but thank goodness times have changed.

    • Annette Jordan

      "If a Woman Needs It, Should She Be Spanked", from the New York Daily Mirror, ca. late 1950s. Each answer is a unique gem in mid-century misogyny among Brooklyn-area men.

    • Lesley Herrington

      1950s newspaper article: SO many things to be confused and angry about! What is the barber talking about?! Could the toy factory owner be creepier?! Should women be spanked?! WHAT?!

    • Susan Hall

      Funny, none of these men look like they ever had a date with a woman in their life. 1950s newspaper article: Should A Woman Be Spanked? WOW

    • The Grey Mafia

      "If a woman needs it, should she be spanked?" news clipping from the New York Daily Mirror, c. 1950s. Find Crazy stuff to Pin here:

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