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(NSFW) Is this normal?

Asked by Eggie (5163 points ) May 3rd, 2014

I am referring to guys sucking their S/O’s breasts wanting to taste milk from it and liking it. I know it sounds really sick, but in a conversation I had today with some guy friends of mine, one guy in our group said that he wants to do that and we all cracked up and was like, “For real man?” A couple of girls in our group actually said that he was “sick” for actually proposing something like that. So..my question is…is it normal for a guy really wanting to do that? Did a guy ever tell you ladies that he loves drinking breast milk? Would you look at your S/O different if he tells you he likes doing that? BTW I did it already with an ex-girlfriend of mine who had a one year old son, and it felt really good..I left that out of the conversation with my friends because I was afraid that they (especially the girls) would think I am weird. Was I right?

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Seaofclouds's avatar

I have heard of men and women that like this. I’ve also heard of varying levels that those couples would take it to. It’s not something I was ever interested in while I was pregnant (and neither was my husband), but I don’t think it’s necessarily weird. We all have different tastes and I see no reason to judge others when they are doing legal, consensual things in their own bedrooms. What’s normal for one is abnormal for others. I wouldn’t put much thought into it.

Buttonstc's avatar

Considering how much breasts are over-fetishized (as well as simultaneously stigmatized with all the ridiculous fuss about mothers discreetly breastfeeding their infants in public) in our current society, I’d say it’s extremely normal.

The lure of the forbidden is very powerful. And of course it’s typical to adamantly deny it’s allure hence the reactions of your friends. Everybody needs to be all PC in this day and age.

I’m quite certain that countless lactating mothers have tasted their own breast milk out of curiosity as well as offered their hubbiea a taste. I just don’t see it as that big an issue to fret over.

But I understand your reluctance to share that info with your friends.

Judi's avatar

My first husband loved it. What’s sick about it? When a nursing woman gets excited her milk lets down and makes a slippery mess. It’s actually kind of sexy.

Unbroken's avatar

I would put it in the fetish place. Most people.will judge you for it, so keep it between you and your partners or people who are very open about sexual preferences. I am sure your s/o will appreciate this.

gailcalled's avatar

When I was nursing, as @Judi points out, there was milk everywhere. We both had a taste. No big deal. And it certainly didn’t feel like a forbidden activity.

I can remember often taking a hot shower and have milk spray out of both my breasts if it was near nursing time. One squeak from the baby and I could feel the milk let down. It was a miraculous process to me and yet run-of-the-mill.

ARE_you_kidding_me's avatar

You would think drinking milk from a cow or goat would be more disgusting. I’m open to it, shoot why not?

jca's avatar

I think when it comes to fetishes, there’s no “normal.” There may be “unusual” or “unconventional.” As long as nobody ends up in the hospital, the morgue or in jail, it’s not a matter of what’s typical or what’s unusual. It’s ok, even if it’s embarassing to the point where the person keeps it a secret.

Judi's avatar

@gailcalled, it didn’t even have to be my own baby and the milk would flow!

LDRSHIP's avatar

@Seaofclouds Agreed. People are so caught up in what others think they forgot to live their own lives.

OpryLeigh's avatar

If I was nursing, I would definitely want to find out what it tastes like and I wouldn’t be surprised if my SO was curious too. Why is this disgusting?

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