Breastfeeding shouldn’t be sexualized, critics fallaciously insist

Note the presupposition in this line of reasoning. The preconceived notion in this argument goes something like: breastfeeding is a special, intimate moment of bonding between mother and child. (That, it certainly is). But it further assumes that it must remain only between mother and child while it need not be confined to that dynamic. Continue reading Breastfeeding shouldn’t be sexualized, critics fallaciously insist

Let her nipples satiate you always: be secure, steadfast and strong in the Lord

“For many adult breastfeeders, traditional narratives of age or power play doesn’t enter their kink. Those that I spoke to did not mention wanting to feel like a child, or conversely, wanting to feel like a mother. The desire to revert back to childhood—common in adult babies—is also rarely mentioned on any adult breastfeeding sites. Continue reading Let her nipples satiate you always: be secure, steadfast and strong in the Lord

Breast milk is for babies, right?

“Milk that’s originally meant for baby cows? Love it. Milk that’s originally meant for baby goats? Like it. Milk that’s originally meant for baby humans? Ewwwww. WTF?” You can’t have it both ways. If drinking milk that’s originally designed for the young of your own kind is taboo, then a new word ought to be Continue reading Breast milk is for babies, right?