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.
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I have been in an adult breastfeeding relationship with my husband since I turned 27, so for the past nine years, almost Yes, I admit it… I found it to be a very erotic thought. I have no children of my own, my husband brought a son and daughter to our marriage with him though. I love them to death and think of them as my very own. I do wish that I could have experienced pregnancy and breastfeeding though as I am sure most women would. Anyways I digress to my point. Me and my husband were talking about different things we could do to spice up our sexual relationship one evening when the topic of breastfeeding came up.
Breastfeeding, also called nursing, is the process of feeding a mother's breast milk to her infant, either directly from the breast or by expressing pumping out the milk from the breast and bottle-feeding it to the infant. Increased breastfeeding globally could prevent approximately , deaths of children under the age of five annually. Benefits for the mother include less blood loss following delivery , better uterus contraction, and decreased postpartum depression.
Happy Black Breastfeeding Week! This very important week of awareness was created not only to celebrate Black motherhood but also to correct the racial disparities that hinder Black women from given their babies the most important kind of nourishment. Studies have shown that Black infants had a significantly lower rate of breastfeeding at age 3 months 58 percent than that of White infants According to the CDC , increased breastfeeding among Black women could decrease infant mortality rates by as much as 50 percent. Breastfeeding has also been proved to reduce the likelihood of children developing future health conditions like asthma, obesity and type 2 diabetes.