Generally speaking, breastfeeding your husband, boyfriend, or partner is OK. It's not perverted or wrong if you want your spouse to breastfeed, or if your partner asks to taste your breast milk and try breastfeeding. Many men are curious about breastfeeding, and they're still sexually interested in the breasts even when they're producing breast milk. Plus, many women are more sensitive to breast stimulation during this time and enjoy the sensation of breastfeeding their partners. Sharing this intimate experience with your husband, boyfriend, or partner can be satisfying for both of you, and it can even bring you closer together as a couple. So, except for a few circumstances when you shouldn't do it, it's OK to breastfeed your partner.
Breastfeeding Your Husband, Boyfriend, or Partner
Breastfeeding Your Husband or Intimate Partner
My baby was not the only human being to enjoy my breast milk. I also shared it with her father. No, I was not in an adult breastfeeding relationship also known as ABR, adult nursing relationship or ANR , a weird fetish in which regular breastfeeding is part of an adult relationship that may or may not include babies. But yes, I did beg my husband to please, please drink my breast milk! I had just returned from a long day at work, away from my baby, and my breasts were engorged. They looked and felt like rocks.
Husband Accidentally Drank Wife's Breast Milk During Sex & Now Can't 'Perform' Without It
One woman is concerned that her husband's unusual appetite in the bedroom is turning from kinky to freaky and she doesn't know what to do. The anonymous wife explained that her husband's obsession with drinking her breast milk during sex has become a problem, and it's gotten to the point that he can't have sex without getting a taste of her liquid gold. As the woman explained in an anonymous post on Reddit , "I think it started innocently enough when we were having sex and he accidentally got a mouth full when he was sucking on my nipples.
Um, what? Seth Stephens-Davidowitz originally reported these numbers in the New York Times , and most of that breastfeeding search traffic is coming from India. And it begs the question: is this really a thing? Absolutely, says Dr. Corky Harvey, who co-founded the Pump Station and Nurtery in Santa Monica, CA, said that when she asked nursing mothers whether their husbands ever tried to breastfeed, two women said they had heard of friends getting this request from their husbands.