Rejoice, ANR/ABF community worldwide!
Since I began delving into ANR research around 2013/14, no year has passed without someone coming out or something significant happening to push Couples Nursing closer to the mainstream.
Sure, some sites have either closed or been taken down, but the rate of new developments outpaces the shutdowns.
Examples include Atlanta’s Jen Mulford who ignited controversial headlines when she came out in 2016, also multiple couples on social media, ANR blogs, websites and an ever increasing number of new ANR dating sites.
Despite stiff opposition, we continue to thrive and multiply.
To the hater out there, in order to stop ANRs from spreading, here’s what you have to do:
- Take down the entire internet, not just ANR-specific sites, because I know people who hear about CN from mainstream dating sites, and others learn from social media, news websites and other non-ANR sources.
- Walk around with an audio surveillance amplifier, to zero in on private conversations, and a lethal weapon with which to take people out immediately you hear the forbidden acronym.
- Be especially close to groups of nursing moms, ready to strike, because some lactating mothers do admit Couples Nursing activities in this safe space.
Dear ANR hater with hacking skills,
In all seriousness, please pay close attention, as this might give you peace:
Instead of trying to stop a freight train, I suggest you live and let live. You hate the idea of ANR? Fine. Simply ignore it. Attacking is a waste of time, as I’ve made clear. Each time you successfully take an ANR site down, three seem to pop up in its place, like whack-a-mole on steroids.
There’s nothing you can do to impede the progress of ANRs.
We ANR-loving folks who are in Christ have infinitely more reasons to rejoice.
Today I have made you a fortified city, an iron pillar and a bronze wall to stand against the whole land … They will fight back, but they won’t win. I, the LORD, give my word— I won’t let them harm you.
— Jeremiah 1:18-19 (NIV & CEV)