What is caning? Q:What is caning? A: Along with spanking , caning is one of the most popular forms of pain play for adults involved in BDSM. Essentially canes are sticks used to hit someone which, under the right conditions, can create arousal. A cane consists of four basic parts: the handle, collar, shaft and ferrule or the tip that usually stands on the ground. The most important part of the cane is the shaft.
Public caning of women highlights homophobia in Malaysia
What is caning?
Asia Public caning of women highlights homophobia in Malaysia Marginalized groups in Malaysia have sought better treatment under the new government. But after two women were publicly caned on Monday for same-sex relations, hopes have been dashed for the LGBT community. It was also the first time a caning had been conducted in public. Although such forms of corporal punishment have long been outlawed in most countries around the world, they are still a divisive issue in Muslim-majority Malaysia and the wider region. In neighboring Indonesia in , two gay men were publicly caned in Aceh province after being found having sex. They received 83 lashings each.
Women Facing Caning As Punishment For Same-Sex Conduct In Malaysia
A man who began dating the year-old girl he was tutoring when he was 41 was sentenced to 10 years and 10 months' jail on Wednesday. The man, now 43, will also receive 12 strokes of the cane. He had pleaded guilty to two counts of statutory rape and one count of committing an indecent act with a child. One count of statutory rape and three counts of committing an indecent act with a child were taken into consideration. He cannot be named due to a gag order to protect the identity of the girl, who is now
In some countries caning is still in use in the post-independence era, particularly in Southeast Asia where it is now being used far more than it was under British rule , and in some African countries. The practice is retained, for male offenders only, under the criminal law in Malaysia , Singapore and Brunei. Caning in Indonesia is a recent introduction, in the special case of Aceh , on Sumatra, which since its autonomy has introduced a form of sharia law for Muslims, as well as non-Muslims since male or female , applying the cane to the clothed upper back of the offender. Other countries that used it until the late 20th century, generally only for male offenders, included Kenya , Uganda and South Africa , while some Caribbean countries such as Trinidad and Tobago use birching , another punishment in the British tradition, involving the use of a bundle of branches, not a single cane. Caning stand and cane formerly used in Hong Kong prisons under British rule In Singapore, Malaysia and Brunei, healthy males under 50 years of age can be sentenced to a maximum of 24 strokes of the rotan rattan cane on the bare buttocks; the punishment is mandatory for many offences, mostly violent or drug crimes, but also immigration violations, sexual offences and in Singapore acts of vandalism.