Almost everybody loves sucking on a titty. If you’re a baby, it means you’re getting lunch. If you’re an adult, it means you’re getting laid. Seriously, what is there not to love?
That said, I don’t know that I’m so enthusiastic about nipple munchin’ that I’d feel okay asking someone to quit their job so I’d never be more than a D-cup’s length away from their areola. Yet, that’s exactly what Jennifer Mulford decided to do so her boyfriend, Brad Leeson, could have booby access every two hours.
You see, Mulford and Leeson aren’t into your regular ol’ run-of-the-mill tit titillating. Baby doesn’t just want a human nuk, he wants the real deal. Only the finest of breast milks.
It’s called an adult breastfeeding relationship. For the uninitiated, it’s when two people, one of whom has breasts, derive pleasure from breastfeeding and being breastfed. Usually their relationship is sexual in nature, though not necessarily so. In fact, many ABRs are strictly platonic. They’re built around the very real hormonal bond that is created between two individuals involved in the act of breastfeeding.
Chemically speaking, such relationships are not as out there as one may think.Oxytocin, often referred to as the “cuddle” or “trust hormone,” is released during breastfeeding and helps mothers develop their maternal instincts. But oxytocin plays an important role in many other aspects of life — like boning. When we orgasm, our brains are inundated with the hormone, giving us stronger feelings for the person who helped take us over the edge.
Mulford told the New York Post that sort of connection was what drew her to ABR in the first place. “When I read about the bond breastfeeding could create between two people, I was envious,” she said. “I have always enjoyed my breasts being touched during sex more than anything else, so I knew I would enjoy it.
“When I read about the pure joy it brought others, I was desperate to seek out a partner to share an emotional bond with,” she added.
But, as anyone who is upfront and honest about their kinks knows, finding a partner to indulge in your slightly non-vanilla interests is tough. Mulford struggled to find someone who was not only non-judgmental about her desire to breastfeed an adult, but was as enthusiastic about it as she was. Enter: her former college boyfriend, Leeson.
“We were talking and Brad told me he had a thing for big-breasted women, and that size had always been a factor in his relationships,” Mulford said. “I thought it was the perfect time to bring up adult breastfeeding — and see if he’d be interested.”
And oh, he was.
“It was like a light switch flicked in his head,” Mulford told the Post. “I could tell from his voice that he was curious and excited.”
However, Mulford hadn’t breastfed since having children nearly 20 years before, which brings us full-circle to this story’s lede. Mulford has to stimulate her breasts, either with Leeson’s mouth or a breast pump, to induce lactation. She has to “dry feed” like this every two hours, and that commitment was simply too much to juggle with her bartending job. So she quit.
Which to me, is really the only questionable part of this whole thing. Quitting your job over a brand new relationship, whether centered around breastfeeding or not, doesn’t seem like the most financially responsible thing in the world to do. I mean, they just started dating. Sure, she and Leeson might both want the same thing out of a relationship — that “magical bond that only breastfeeding can achieve,” as she puts it — but what else does she know about him? Maybe he’s a bad tipper! Or even worse, throws his wet towel on the bed after taking a shower!
All I’m saying, Mulford, is if you’re going to be in a monogamous relationship with this guy, make sure he’s the one you want latched on to your jugs forever before you give up your financial independence.
via Drew Salisbery, New York Post | photo metro.co.uk
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