I am a woman who loves to nurse men. I haven't heard or read too much about this and I was wondering if this is something men like. I was in a long marriage and breastfed my child and my husband loved it so i continued after I weaned my daughter. He nursed before work and came home from lunch to suckle and then after work. If he was having a stressful day he would come home and nurse for awhile and return to his job. It was a part of my life for 10 years. I am now divorced and hate to give up this sensual and erotic part of my life. How do I bring it up when I am dating someone. The thought of a man milking me is overwhelmingly a turn on for me and hopefully for another man one day. Any suggestions or comments would be appreciated. T
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I dunno-while my wife breastfed our child, I would sometimes relieve her when she felt full and sore. I must admit it was quite a turnon. I could also see how relaxing and close it could be for the two of you. Don't knock something till you try it.
Originally posted by Dolphin Diva: Holy cow! Are you serious? You breastfed your HUSBAND after you weaned your child? Did you do this in front of your kid? IMO, the thought of a full grown man nursing like an infant is disgusting.
Ever heard of the saying 'to each, his/her own'? If not then learn it. If it's offensive to you, then so be it, but each person has something they find turns them on. For some it may be breasts or butts, but for this woman it's breastfeeding. Might not exactly be something that everybody has tried, but there's no reason to call it 'disgusting'.
As for the original post, with something as personal as this is, you would probably be best served in waiting until your relationship gets very intimate before revealing your fetish. Perhaps you could ask your partner what his fetish(es) is/are, that might make a better icebreaker on the subject.
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I forgot to thank each of you for your support. It was tough to come forward, you feel so alone sometimes. I am not sure it was the right thing but you've been very accepting, with the one exception, and it means very much to me. Thanks again, T
I'm new at this so I'm not used to saying everything i want to in one post. After rereading your comments I would like to address breastfeeding. You do not have to be pregnant to nurse. It is called induced lactation. All you need is a willing partner. The pituatary gland is responsible for lactation not the ovaries as is the misconception. Anyone can experience it if they want to and are capable of producing enough milk. It's a very lovingand profound experience, a connection with your mate, a bond with your mate that resembles, but not entirely of course, the bond you create with your infant when you nurse. It is not always a sexual act but can lead there if you choose. Also there is a direct correlation between nursing and a woman's genitals. You separate this when you nurse your baby but the overwhelming good feelings and satisfaction are the same. If this is too much info, like I said, I am new at this. T