Recent Breakthroughs in Pleasurable Research

This new treatment makes perfect sense. If you’ve ever seen a bottom drunk on endorphins, or felt them yourself through exercise or masochism or what-have-you, you know that consensual pain is your friend.

I wish the translation were a bit less awkward. I’d like a clearer sense of what they mean by “whips on the buttocks.” Are we talking about strokes of a cane? How hard? Flicks from a singletail? Leaving what kind of welts? How much time between treatments? Any warmup?

Russian scientists from the city of Novosibirsk, Siberia, made a sensational report at the international conference devoted to new methods of treatment and rehabilitation in narcology. The report was called “Methods of painful impact to treat addictive behavior.”

Siberian scientists believe that addiction to alcohol and narcotics, as well as depression, suicidal thoughts and psychosomatic diseases occur when an individual loses his or her interest in life. The absence of the will to live is caused with decreasing production of endorphins – the substance, which is known as the hormone of happiness. If a depressed individual receives a physical punishment, whipping that is, it will stir up endorphin receptors, activate the “production of happiness” and eventually remove depressive feelings.

Russian scientists recommend the following course of the whipping therapy: 30 sessions of 60 whips on the buttocks in every procedure. A group of drug addicts volunteered to test the new method of treatment: the results can be described as good and excellent.

Doctor of Biological Sciences, Sergei Speransky, is a very well known figure in Novosibirsk. The doctor became one of the authors of the shocking whipping therapy. The professor used the self-flagellation method to cure his own depression; he also recovered from two heart attacks with the help of physical tortures too.

“The whipping therapy becomes much more efficient when a patients receives the punishment from a person of the opposite sex. The effect is astounding: the patient starts seeing only bright colors in the surrounding world, the heartache disappears, although it will take a certain time for the buttocks to heal, of course,” Sergei Speransky told the Izvestia newspaper.

Somehow I doubt the next one: take a look at the URL for the link.

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5 comments for “Recent Breakthroughs in Pleasurable Research

  1. April 8, 2005 at 11:28 pm

    The names are bogus too!

    Lickdepeen? Sheesh!

    As far as the “whipping therapy” goes, I’d rather be depressed, thanks. It is so seriously squicky for me! Thank goodness for pharmaceuticals! I’m one of those people for whom pain, save for a nip here and there, is just pain.

  2. April 9, 2005 at 12:14 am

    Re: The names are bogus too!

    For me, pain is just pain, and something to be avoided; however, I’m intrigued by the idea of whipping as a treatment for depression, intrigued enough to seriously consider the idea. I’d much rather have a sore butt than be severely depressed. The main problem is that I’m not much of a “submissive” by nature – the thought of being able to tolerate anybody else hurting me is pretty laughable. :]

  3. April 9, 2005 at 1:16 am

    ::sigh:: I think I’ve been needing a good beating…

  4. April 9, 2005 at 3:54 am

    Re: The names are bogus too!

    You don’t have to submit to get beaten — for years I just bottomed, and only to people I absolutely trusted to obey my wishes. (That is, my subs.)

  5. April 16, 2005 at 7:55 am

    Yes, the second one is definitely a hoax. I remember it going around some time ago. It still amuses me, though. :->

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