This is a guest post by dani. She is a new submissive in an Adult Nursing Relationship. For us, lactation was the first step down a new path.
ADULT BREASTFEEDING RELATIONSHIPS: THE FANTASY YOU NEVER CONSIDERED
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Search the site. Friday, March 21, Adult Nursing Relationship. An adult nursing relationship is a physical, intimate relationship between two people, where one of the parties to the relationship nurses from a woman who either is or is not lactating. I tried doing some searches about adult nursing relationships and found that, though there are many searches on the subject, there aren't a lot of resources or information. From what I was able to find, it seems clear to me that every adult nursing relationship is unique. Some might call adult nursing relationships a sexual perversion, a sexual fetish, or a sexual act, but most couples who share in an adult nursing relationship feel the connection and intimate bond with their nursing partner goes beyond sex and is more intimate and emotional than it is physical.
Thursday, 13 September Are you Stressing about Re-lactation? On my many hours reading websites, forums and personal blogs that other women have written about their experiences, feelings and hopes on ANR, the subject of lactation or re-lactation has come up so often that I feel I need to throw my thoughts into the ring. Let's be clear - we're all different and we all have very different expectations of ANR, so whatever I say, I don't mean to offend anyone, nor am I passing judgements or criticisms. Re-lactation is a complicated subject, and I am definitely not an expert.
Illustration by Eleanor Doughty. Atlanta resident Jennifer Mulford does not look like someone the Daily Mail would describe as the "woman who shocked the world," save one detail: She likes to breastfeed her boyfriend. Fetishes, for the most part, aren't all that shocking anymore; you can read about anal sex on Buzzfeed and get BDSM tips from Women's Health. But something about this fetish was too much for people to deal with. Online comments ranged from "disgusting" and "grotesque" to "this makes my skin crawl and I'm dry heaving. Nothing goes viral quite like outrage—the Mail article was retweeted 2, times. There are numerous online communities for ABF Adult Breastfeeding , where people can share their collective interest in a safe environment and reassure one another that they aren't alone. It's also a place to swap tips on how to induce and maintain lactation if you aren't pregnant.