Generally speaking, breastfeeding your husband, boyfriend, or partner is OK. It's not perverted or wrong if you want your spouse to breastfeed, or if your partner asks you if he can taste your breast milk and try breastfeeding. Many men are curious about breastfeeding, and they're still sexually interested in the breasts even when they're producing breast milk.
Everything about breastfeeding is a choice that someone is going to have an opinion on: if a mom wants to do it, where she's comfortable doing, and how long she does it for. Moms also have the ultimate say over what they do with their milk. Some pump it and save it, some donate it, some have jewelry or keepsakes made out of it, some cook with it, and some even sell it for serious cash.
Who is buying black market breast milk? Post continues after podcast. She said that she had always been interested in adult breastfeeding and had tried to find a suitable partner through dating sites.
But these benefits are for infants. Adults may have more questions, like what does breast milk actually taste like? Is it even safe to drink? Need more descriptors and facial reactions?
On Thanksgiving Day my boyfriend walked out the door. Our daughter was seven months old, and I'll never know for sure what put him over the edge. He was bipolar.
I hate breastfeeding: It makes me feel like my soul is seeping from my body. But before I burn my nursing bra and gallop off toward freedom, never to think of breastfeeding again, I wanted to try to capture the physical sensation. Like a blood-pressure cuff, tightening and loosening?
Erotic lactation is sexual arousal by breastfeeding on a woman's breast. Depending on the context, the practice can also be referred to as adult suckling, adult nursing, and adult breastfeeding. Practitioners sometimes refer to themselves as being in an adult nursing relationship ANR.
This paper explores the weird and fascinating practice of adult breastfeeding in Ancient Rome. In it I examine possible connections between historical-mythological depictions of women breastfeeding their own parents, the columna lactaria and pharmacological uses of human breast milk in the medical and scientific writers. Ultimately I argue that the social perception of adult breastfeeding at Rome viewed it as something amazing, but not completely bizarre; attitudes towards adult breastfeeding were in some cases similar to attitudes surrounding women nursing their own children.