Asian women are still way up there when it comes to ANR agreeability, but in a North American demographical context, women of Irish descent are a likely bet.
It was not an easy decision for me to start the process of induction.
I developed my large breasts very early on in life and my love/hate relationship with them strongly influenced my sexual development. Learning to love my big breasts ultimately led me on a journey to body acceptance. I love my breasts and I cherish them. I value them for what they symbolize, as well as how they make me feel.
A few years ago I started fantasizing about nursing/milking/lactation in both sexual and non-sexual contexts. It seemed like a natural extension of my love for breasts and breast play (both mine and others). However, I didn’t consider inducing myself to be a practical endeavor. Inducing takes a lot of time, effort, and money (at least to get started), and I didn’t feel like I could shoulder that responsibility by myself. I told myself – maybe one day when I am in a live-in relationship where I can have someone there to … support me, perhaps even after I have kids.
Also, as a young single woman, the idea of looking for an ANR partner was quite daunting and sketched me out a bit! I wasn’t sure what to expect. I put up a post looking for a non-sexual ANR on Craigslist about a year ago to see what kind of response I would get. O.M.G. It was OVERWHELMING. I only left my post up for a few hours and I got over 50 responses! They ranged from straight up disrespectful, to skeptical, to earnest. But honestly, most of the messages creeped me out and I didn’t feel safe making any arrangements to meet any of those men (same goes for the few women who responded).
Recently, I have been browsing through lactation groups on … just to learn more about what it takes exactly to start inducing lactation, not really intending to go for it. Last week, after reading all the wonderful stories and encouragement from the other women, I decided to take the plunge. It might have been a bit impulsive, but I’m tired of waiting and I want to see just how far I can go. I ordered some Domperidone online. All I could think as I pressed that ‘confirm order’ button was “Down the rabbit hole I go!”
I’m so excited to enter this weird and wonderful world and join this community of like minded people. I plan to chronicle my journey here and look to this community for support and advice.
As I said in my previous post, I have ordered some domperidone online, but I expect it will take 2-3 weeks to receive it. In the meantime I am trying to prepare my breasts as best as I can to bring in milk. I have a feeling that the biggest struggle for me will be finding a good stimulation schedule that works for me.
First, a bit about the stimulation I am currently doing.
I have been watching videos on the Marmet massage technique and I have tried doing it on my own breasts. It gets old quite quickly! I get bored in about a minute, and my hands start cramping soon after! I guess you have to build hand-stamina for this haha! That was unexpected. Do mouths also get sore/tired … when dry nursing? I have a feeling that the Marmet technique is much more satisfying once you actually have milk to express! Nonetheless, I will continue my efforts to build up my stamina and stimulate my breasts.
The second thing I am doing is using a TENS unit to stimulate my breasts under my clothes while out and about during the day. I bought an inexpensive unit on Amazon for about $40 (TENS 7000) and I use it either on Burst or Modulation mode (I’m not sure which one is better at this point) for 20 minutes at a time. It feels soooo good! I love the tingly feeling on my nipples/breasts and the ache it produces down …. I have to restrain myself from … because I don’t want to send mixed signals to my brain. I am definitely enjoying using my TENS unit!
So my current schedule as I’m getting used to the massage techniques and equipment:
Wake up 8/9AM: 5 minutes of Marmet on each breast, TENS for 20 minutes
11AM: TENS for 20 min
1/2PM: TENS for 20 min
4/5PM: TENS for 20 min
7/8PM: TENS for 20 min (Marmet if possible)
10/11PM: Marmet for 5 min each, TENS for 20 min
We shall see how well I can keep to this schedule. Some adjustments will probably be necessary, and of course I would like to diversify the types of stimulation. Hopefully I start getting stronger with the Marmet and I might try to find a dry nursing [husband] … who can help me out ….
I am looking into buying a good breast pump too. After putting down money for the domperidone and the TENS unit though, I feel I need to save up before I can put down another $100 on a used pump and new replacement parts. I hope to get a pump not too long after I start taking domperidone. I haven’t looked into buying herbs like goats rue and alfalfa yet. I was going to see how well I did on the domperidone with a breast pump. I may start adding in herbal supplements later.
I had a dream recently that I was pumping my breasts and a little drop of milk came out. I got super excited! I think it’s a good sign! I’m only 3 weeks in and I don’t have drops yet, but I’m feeling positive about my efforts so far. I am confident that I can do this.
Now a few updates:
With some help, I was able to buy a Medela Pump N’ Style pump last week and I bought the smallest nipple shields I could find. Apparently I have abnormally small nipples? Who knew?! This is definitely a learning process! The pump works great, but is cumbersome and isn’t as strong on battery power, so I have only been pumping 1-2 times in the evening before bed when I can plug it in. I’m still getting used to using it, but I think I’m finally figuring it out. I plan to use the pump more once I start getting drops of milk out. I also found a nursing bra that actually fits; it will be super helpful when I need to pump more often during the day.
While I’m out and about all day – I use my small TENS unit. When I wake up each morning, I prep my breasts with alcohol and position the pads about 1 inch from my nipple. I put my bra on over them, tuck the dangling wires into my pants and voila! Convenient and discreet way to stimulate my breasts every 2-3 hours during the day! I’ll admit that the first week, this made my crazy horny. It felt like a delicious … secret that I was stimulating my nipples without anyone the wiser! Now that I’m almost to my 4th week, it’s become much more routine and occasionally uncomfortable (because my breasts get tender and sore sometimes). When it gets uncomfortable, I make sure the pads still have good contact on my skin and I turn the stimulation down a smidge. I’m also not getting so horny from the frequent stimulation, which is a relief to tell the truth haha.
I started taking alfalfa supplements last Friday and I haven’t had any problems yet at 4g a day. They have a pleasant grassy aftertaste haha. I’ll up my dose to 6g a day next week.
AND THE BIGGEST NEWS: I finally received my domperidone in the mail on Monday ! I’m starting out with a dose of 30mg per day (taking 10mg 3x a day) and I’ll probably up my dosage to 40mg by the end of the week. No adverse side effects yet.
It’s hard to tell if I’ve seen much change in my breasts. I feel like they might be getting a bit firmer, but it might just be my imagination. Nonetheless, I am stoked to continue my efforts. Taking domperidone is the biggest step, so I am so excited to start taking it. I hope to see some results by the end of the month! Now the biggest hurdle for me will be: patience.
I ocasionally browse through the web to see what’s new in the ANR world, and whether some immodest sites show signs of moving in a family-friendly direction, and I was happy to see my post “A biblical defense of ANRs” reposted almost in its entirety on an ANR site that’s definitely NSFW and NSFCW (Not Safe For your Christian Walk).
Praise God that the light of His Word shines into non-Christian environments. May God increase the number of Christians in this lifestyle so we can be Christ’s ambassadors to every area of human interest and activity.
“There is so much information!! You are helping so many people!!! I do believe that I have visited [your blog] before, with the intention to come back and read when I had time. I’m sorry that I didn’t do it sooner!”
— testimonial from Christ-centered ANR reader
This article is about the postpartum development of cracked nipples in women related to breastfeeding. For other uses, see Fissure of the nipple.
Cracked nipple (or nipple trauma)  is a condition that can occur in breastfeeding women as a result of a number of possible causes. Developing a cracked nipple can result in soreness, dryness or irritation to, or bleeding of, one or both nipples during breastfeeding. The [woman] with a cracked nipple can have severe nipple pain when … nursing. This severe pain is a disincentive for continued breastfeeding. The crack can appear as a cut across the tip of the nipple and may extend to its the base.  Cracked nipples … [are] managed with pharmacological and nonpharmacological treatment. 
Cracked nipple (postpartum)
Signs and symptoms
Cracked nipples are classified as a breast disorder.  The nipple is not only the structure to deliver milk …, it also contains small, sebaceous glands or Montgomery glands to lubricate the skin of the areola.  Cracked nipples are most often associated with breastfeeding and appear as cracks or small lacerations or breaks in the skin of the nipple.  In some instances an ulcer will form.  The nipple in a nursing [woman] is in regular contact with a [nursee].  Cracked nipples are trauma to the nipple and can be quite painful.  Cracked nipples typically appear three to seven days after the birth. 
If the nipples appears to be wedge-shaped, white and flattened, this may indicate that the latch is not good and there is a potential of developing cracked nipples. 
Bacteria can enter the breast through cracked nipples, which increase the risk of mastitis.  Candida infection (thrush) of the nipple can also occur, resulting in deep-pink, cracked, and sore nipples. 
Contraindications for breastfeeding
Because cracked nipples can result in the [nursee] being exposed to blood, women with certain blood-borne diseases may be advised to stop breastfeeding if they have a cracked nipple. It has been found safe for breastfeeding [women] with hepatitis B and cracked nipples to breastfeed.  In the event that a nursing woman experiences cracked and bleeding nipples or breast inflammation within one to two weeks immediately following an acute Toxoplasmosis infection (when the organism is still circulating in her bloodstream), it is theoretically possible that she could transmit Toxoplasma gondii to the [nursee] through her breast milk. Immune suppressed women could have circulating Toxoplasma for even longer periods of time. However, the likelihood of human milk transmission is very small.  Transmission risk of HIV increases if the [woman] has cracked and bleeding nipples  An uncommon infection in the [woman], Chagas disease, can be transmitted to the [nursee] via cracked nipples.  Women with hepatitis C are advised to abstain from breastfeeding if their nipples are cracked or bleeding. 
Some studies indicate that cracked nipples are caused by poor latch.  Yet other causes could be poor positioning, use of a feeding bottle, breast engorgement, inexperience, semi-protruding nipples, use of breast pumps and light pigmentation of the nipples. These causes vary between cultures.  Breast engorgement is also a main factor in altering the ability of the [nursee] to latch-on. Engorgement changes the shape and curvature of the nipple region by making the breast inflexible, flat, hard, and swollen. The nipples on an engorged breast are flat. 
… One cause of painful, cracked nipples is the incorrect positioning and incorrect latching on to the breast by the [nursee].  The [nursee] can create cracked nipples due to the strong sucking pressure, stretching and pulling the nipple, the friction and rubbing of skin to skin.  The cause of sore, cracked nipples can also be from a yeast or Candida infection in the [nursee] or the [woman] or both. Thrush can develop after the use of antibiotics.  For first-time breastfeeding [women], it normally takes a few tries before the latch is right, which can make the nipples tender and sore the first few days. If the nipples become cracked or bleed, the latch may need to be corrected. Women are advised to keep on breastfeeding, as it will actually help the nipples heal. A little breast milk or purified lanolin cream or ointment helps the healing process. 
Pain caused by cracked nipples can sometimes lead to the cessation of breast-feeding.  In addition to cracks, or blisters or ulcers can form. 
The nipples of nursing [women] naturally make a lubricant to prevent drying, cracking, or infections.  Cracked nipples may be able to be prevented by:
Avoid soaps and harsh washing or drying of the breasts and nipples. This can cause dryness and cracking. 
Rubbing a little breast milk on the nipple after feeding to protect it. 
Keeping the nipples dry to prevent cracking and infection. 
Roman chamomile can be applied directly to the skin for pain and swelling and is used to treat cracked nipples. 
Cracked nipples can be treated with 100% lanolin. Glycerin nipple pads can be chilled and placed over the nipples to help soothe and heal cracked or painful nipples.  If the cause of cracked nipples is from thrush, treatment is usually begun with nystatin. If the [woman] is symptomatic then the [woman] and the [nursee] can be treated.  … Breastfeeding professionals that include nurses, midwives and lactation consultants are able to assist in the treatment of cracked nipples. 
Advice from others is abundant but there have been some treatments that have been identified as not being effective in healing or preventing cracked nipples. These ineffective treatments are keeping the breastfeeding short and using a nipple guard. Keeping the feedings short so that the nipples can rest is not effective in relieving the pain of cracked nipples and it could have a negative effect on the milk supply. Nipple shields do not improve latching on. 
In a survey in New York City, 35% of nursing [women] stopped breastfeeding after one week due to the pain of cracked nipples. Thirty percent stopped breastfeeding between weeks one and three. Another survey of breastfeeding [women] in Brazil reported that there was 25% higher risk of interruption of exclusive breastfeeding when the [women] had cracked nipples. [Women] with higher education levels are more likely to continue breastfeeding despite the pain of cracked nipples. 
Society and culture
The importance of preventing cracked nipples while breastfeeding has been reported.  In an informal survey of breastfeeding in the UK, some [women] reported that they stopped breastfeeding because the cracked nipples made it too painful. 
List of cutaneous conditions
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I recently read Sex, Dating, and Relationships: A Fresh Approach by Gerald Hiestand and Jay Thomas. It’s a highly recommended read.
According to Hiestand and Thomas, the Bible only presents three categories of relationships between any two human beings. We have the:
- Neighbor relationship (sex prohibited)
- Family relationship (sex prohibited)
- Marriage relationship (sex commanded)
They also go on to propose a radical alternative that shifted my thinking. Rather than engaging in dating relationships prior to marriage, they recommend being in dating friendships. They assert that the former blurs the line between the neighbor and marriage categories, offering the benefits of marriage without its intrinsic commitment. Dating relationships offer a false sense of security, they evince.
So while a man and woman getting to know each other are technically in the neighbor category, they face the juggling act of maintaining boundaries, especially pertaining to sex, while pursuing their biblically-endorsed desire for Couples Nursing. I still agree with Elder T that there’s no indication in the Bible that an unmarried couple should discuss sex. Which is why according to the three categories of relationships, I think it’s best to deliberate on general intimacy, for example, personally, the really adventurous things I want in the bedroom, told in a way that’s edifying and not at all arousing. So I plan on declaring to a potential wife in a Christ-honoring manner, using only words like “intimacy,” “adventure,” “steaming,” “spicy,” or at worst, using words that describe the ideal ANR woman’s breasts, as reverentially as possible.
I agree with Hiestand, Thomas, Elder T and the majority of Christians in emphasizing biblical physical boundaries prior to marriage. However, I keep going back to the fact that the Bible exhorts couples to “let her breasts drench you always,” therefore I see nothing wrong with the only exception being wise, modest discussion of ANR. There’s no contradiction in wanting to be pure before marriage and cautiously discussing ANR with a date. If anything, it glorifies the God who wrote Proverbs 5:19, which sadly the world buries, edits and re-interprets, though plain and obvious in the original Hebrew and several English translations.
“For your Maker is your husband, the LORD of hosts is his name; and the Holy One of Israel is your Redeemer, the God of the whole earth he is called.”
— Isaiah 54:5
Women who desire ANRs all seem to have breasts that are:
- Their owner’s pride and joy
- Extra fatty and creamy
- Bra busters
- Yearning to be free
- Somewhat pendulous
- Sensitive, probably nipples and areolas too
Again, one can infer these WITHOUT sinning. I don’t believe in engaging in explicit conversations before marriage, but I do maintain that it’s important for a woman’s breasts to have these qualities, and while pursuing a woman, men should tactfully raise the subject. It’s much healthier to talk things out as adults than risk lusting, fantasizing, staring, objectifying, or being unsatisfied in marriage.
— Song 8:2
“nipples-of·her they-shall-satiate·you in·every-of season”
— Proverbs 5:19
“She lusted after her lovers, whose genitals were like those of donkeys and whose semen was like that of horses.21 So she longed to do the sinful things she did when she was young in Egypt, when young men caressed and fondled her nipples.”
— Ezekiel 23:20-21
God is holy. But he’s no moralistic Puritan.
Here’s to standing up for a man and woman who are courageous enough to come out as an ANR couple on national television, only to be slammed by the uninitiated masses.
Watch here (requires TV provider sign in).
3 For this is the will of God, your sanctification: that you abstain from sexual immorality; 4 that each one of you know how to control his own body in holiness and honor, 5 not in the passion of lust like the Gentiles who do not know God; 6 that no one transgress and wrong his brother in this matter, because the Lord is an avenger in all these things, as we told you beforehand and solemnly warned you. 7 For God has not called us for impurity, but in holiness. 8 Therefore whoever disregards this, disregards not man but God, who gives his Holy Spirit to you.
- 1 Thessalonians 4:3 Or your holiness
- 1 Thessalonians 4:4 Or how to take a wife for himself; Greek how to possess his own vessel
For God so loved the world, that he gave his only Son, that whoever believes in him should not perish but have eternal life.
– John 3:16
From googling around, I found the following:
What Happened To ANRspace.com?nsfw
I used to be a longtime member of the site. I have not been able to log into the site for months.
6 months ago
I’d like to know as well. It had been dwindling for the last years for the benefit of abfsingles.net. Anr… is another one that kind of tried to take off. The thing is, most of these sites are only live because of the time a very few individuals put into them. abfsingles was running well and changed ownership at some point.
I don’t know whichis the biggest one these days. I’ve not been really active on any of them for a long time.
… and singles is owned by the same person. … has an odd layout to it so it never took off.
6 months ago
I wonder what was the goal of a second site if there is one owner? I wish the owner would respond directly.
6 months ago
I think she wanted to separate the 2. The second would allow more nudity and posting of pictures while it was forbidden on singles.
6 months ago
She didn’t really make it explicit enough maybe. I got to say though, a lot of women post boobies while selling things on the side. It would probably be an issue on her site. Most of them visibly take pleasure in the activity though.
6 months ago
Same thing on here with many gonewild type of posts.
5 months ago
I joined more than 10 years ago. It was free to join but they asked for donations. After I met a lady who was on the site I sent the owners a small donation. My guess is they were not breaking even on the cost and decided to let the site “go”. Too bad. It was the only one I found with good geographic search capabilities.
6 months ago
I haven’t used any of these sites but I am aware of them. Was this the website that charged a fee to join? I also heard that the admin of one of these sites would snoop on PMs…
4 months ago
No, they did not charge a fee. That’s …
4 months ago
They got hacked. This was about early last summer. I logged in and it took me to somebody else’s account. I posted to the admins and so did others but it took them a couple of months to respond. Then after another month or so of not being able to get into our accounts it was taken down to be fixed and a “Maintenance” page was put up.
That has been gone for months. I don’t think it is coming back.
3 months ago
I noticed that when I logged in too! I sent an email and never got a response. Too bad, it was a great site!