Adult Breastfeeding Fetish

“my wife has posted photos online of her breastfeeding.” Women have long used the internet to build community. Find support navigating the ups and downs of early motherhood. Many are sharing innocuous breastfeeding experiences.

Popular platforms including TikTok and Instagram. Being sexualized, harassed, exploited by voyeurs. By the way there’s a soft-porn element to this.

Breastfeeding your partner when you are lactating. Erotic lactation. Feel pleasure enhanced sex. Breastfeeding your partner is natural. Satisfying. Sex becomes more intimate fulfills a fantasy.

Breast milk fetishism is a sexual paraphilia where both sexes get sexual pleasure watching women lactate. Sucking on women’s milk-filled breasts.

A Few Interesting Facts:

A woman can lactate without ever having been pregnant.

Lactation can also be induced years after a woman stops breastfeeding.

Some couples enjoy the nurturing, intimate, closeness that sharing the woman’s milk brings to their relationship.

Breastfeeding can reduce cancer risks.

Breastfeeding releases the hormone prolactin into a woman’s system, which is a natural relaxant.

I suspect I would be speaking for a lot of my fellow milkmaids who post personal ads here.

The majority of us are looking for a committed, monogamous relationship in which breastfeeding is a component.

I think most of us try to relay that in our personal ads. What we get back indicates to me that there’s a pervasive misunderstanding out there among the men about what an ANR is. Here’s what I would love the men out there to consider before responding to us.

Unless we specifically say otherwise, we’re not interested in meeting married men.

We’re not looking for men who want a single nursing session with us just to satisfy a lifelong curiosity.

We don’t want to be asked to send photos of our breasts. I can’t emphasize strongly enough how much we don’t want that.

We don’t want to be asked questions of an overtly sexual nature, like whether or not we have orgasms when we nurse.

Most compatible man/woman relationships are eventually going to become sexual, but just like a conventional relationship, it will happen only when a level of trust and comfort is reached.

When you ask a woman what she wants from an ANR, she’s probably going to use words like “intimacy” and “bonding with my partner.”

Listen to what she’s saying. She’s not talking about one-shot deals with strangers. She’s looking for one man and one right relationship.

Treat us with the same level of respect you would show to a woman you were meeting on eHarmony. You wouldn’t ask her to describe her breasts, so don’t ask us.

We want to be seen as the whole women that we are, not as circus freaks who have a bizarre sexual talent to offer.

When you’re unsure about how much personal or intimate information you can ask of her, follow the woman’s lead. She’ll set the tone.

I’m trying not to harsh on the men here; I just think some of them aren’t listening to what we’re saying. Respect and good manners is really all we’re asking for.

Since I began my quest for an ANR, I haven’t yet heard from an unmarried man who says, simply, Hi. Tell me a little about yourself. That would be so refreshing!

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