Skirts are funny things – they seem to have a mind of their own sometimes. When it’s a windy day they get especially frisky (below left).
Careless skirt wearers don’t even need the wind to achieve much the same effect (above right).
You’d think that long dresses would be less of a risk, but not so. They’re more likely to need adjusting or reining in, which can even leave film stars such as Jennifer Beals with a red face and a bare behind.
These are all examples of accidental skirt-raising exposure, but those who get impatient waiting for an accident to happen, can always take the matter into their own hands.
Thankfully, enforced exposure usually occurs when cameras are present. The young lady in the above right picture was passing a photographer as she entered an awards ceremony for hairdressers. Perhaps she was hoping to win an award herself, but her partner decided that picking up ‘Worst Pants in Show’ was probably her best chance. The guy in the left picture? Well, he’s just nosy.
In a spanking context, the raising of the skirt is always a highly charged moment. The scene in the Czech film Postriziny (1981) in which Jiri Schmitzer belts Magda Vasaryova has an excellent example of skirt lifting prior to a spanking.
Miss Vasaryova’s skirt is just the right length. Too short, and the lifting becomes less of a drama. Too long, and you end up with awkward fumbling. Note how her right hand is holding the skirt in place to stop it from falling back over her bottom.
When skirts of medium length are lifted on to the small of the back, they drape down either side of the bottom and thighs. Then, when the knickers are pulled down too, it produces a ‘frame’ for the target area. Artists have often exploited this to good effect, especially the famous National Lampoon cover.
And how about this picture for a great skirts-raised spanking image?
I don’t know where it comes from, but it certainly ticks all the right boxes:
stockings and suspenders,
Did you spot the odd one out?