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Till Death do Us Part

Most beautiful maid, I see you as you wake up in the middle of the night filled with joy, taking pleasure in what your body does for us. I see how you sacrifice your time and comfort for me. You are the most beautiful of women. For my sake, you put your body through some…

Moi, trois

Your milk won’t be the only uniquely feminine fluid you produce that I enjoy consuming frequently. I don’t believe in half-stepping. As Christ displayed his total commitment when he died to save me wholly, comprehensively and totally, I also want all of you. Sometimes, nipple alone would do. Other times, as much of the breast…

Female lactophiles

I’ve never been a lesbian nor held any sort of attraction to women or their breasts, but something about seeing the lactating breasts of any woman wildly turns me on. – ANR-seeking woman’s confession on the ANR blogosphere   Women and men who are truly into this beautiful lifestyle are equal in their sensual attraction…

1% erotica

There are 1,189 chapters in the Bible. Of these, roughly 1% are about marital intimacy. If we count Genesis 2, Proverbs 5, all 8 chapters of the Song of Songs, 1 Corinthians 7 and several other disjoint verses in the Bible, we have approximately 12 chapters dedicated to eroticism in marriage.   That 1% is…

From Bountiful Fruits/Married Milkmaid: Reunited!

Disclaimer: this post isn’t necessarily an endorsement of everything on Bountiful Fruits. Although Married Milkmaid and I are both professing Christians and ANR advocates, our blogs aren’t exactly identical in mission. I do, however, support her efforts to normalize this beautiful lifestyle.   As I sit down to write this post, I am truly a…

Dictional laziness

When most people slap the word “fetish” on our desire, what they really mean is “kink.” There’s a tendency to be lazy with all word choices and I thinks this reflects poor vocabulary in our culture. Our failure to distinguish and discern slight differences in meaning between words causes many to mislabel this relationship because…

Proverbs 5:19 ANR biblical apologetics

One word changes everything Centuries ago, English translators perpetrated a fraud in the New Testament, and it’s been purposely hidden and covered up ever since … the Greek word for slave (doulos) had been mistranslated in almost every English version- going back to both the King James Version and the Geneva Bible that predated it…