Post # 1
I was reading a freaky intimacy thread the other day & a couple bees mentioned being in an ANR relationship. I was thinking, what is that??? So I googled it & it is a bit shocking, (To me, at least)
Here is what I found when looking it up on google:
“Adult Nursing or Adult Breast Feeding is when a woman offers her lactating or milk-producing breast to her partner. It’s a natural extension of the attraction that many men have towards the female breast. As part of foreplay men will often kiss and suck a woman’s breasts and nipples, and the desire to experiencing nursing may well grow out of this attraction.
Like the bond that forms between a nursing mother and her baby, an adult nursing relationship will form a very close bond between two people. Part of this come from the desire and attraction to the nursing act itself, although there are also physical reasons why the couple will grow to be mutually interdependent. For instance the woman will need the man to be there when she needs to be nursed to relieve the pressure that builds up in the breast. It is this closeness and inter-dependency that makes Adult Nursing Relationships so special. Sex is obviously an important part of an adult nursing relationship but it is not the case the people who are in adult nursing relationships are necessarily exclusively interested in having sex. The intimacy and understanding that may develop between two people is considerably stronger than that which may develop from physical attraction alone.
Many adult nursing relationships start spontaneously after giving birth to children though couples also induce lactation to experience it since clearly a desire to experience nursing is obviously not a good reason to have a baby. Inducing lactation can be a troublesome process but also a wonderful one.”
SO bees, would you?
Post # 3
@Barbiestylez: I wish you could have seen the face I made when I read the definition of what ANR is. Needless to say…no. No we would not.
Post # 4
right there with ya! I was like, wuh??? whaaat? To each their own, but I was a bit shocked LOL.
Post # 5
I’m Boyfriend or Best Friend because I have an 8 week old, but we try to avoid any leakage during sex.
Post # 6
Me and my husband have talked about this before and have came to the conclusion that if he wanted to try breastmilk then I wouldn’t stop him. If he liked it and I didn’t mind it then I suppose we would continue. Of course the babies priorites would be first.
I don’t see harm in this and there are crazier fetishes than a husband being interested in drinking his wives breastmilk
Post # 7
what the hell!? What thread was this??? The answer is hell no!
Post # 8
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O____o noooo! Lol . I clicked on this since I didn’t know what it was and if interesting we could try it… Definitely interesting (& a bit odd) but not for me!
Post # 9
I think from reading about this ANR thing, its more like your spouse suckling your breasts for extended periods of time daily. There were even some women who take supplements to try to produce milk (because they arent pregnant or havent become prengnat) & their partners “nurse” them daily like a baby would. I dont think its just trying the milk LOL…
Post # 12
@Barbiestylez: I have heard of this before, and no I wouldn’t do it and FH certainly wouldn’t do it. In fact, when I heard about it I mentioned it to him and he was creeped out.
The biological purpose of breast milk is to feed your babies. Not anyone else.
Post # 13
DH has joked about trying it(if we ever have kids), but he was mostly curious about the taste of breast milk(which i have heard is common) not an on going fetish thing.
To each, their own.
Post # 14
Anyone watch Nip/Tuck? Cause this is all I’m thinking about now:
Post # 15
No, eew!! As my Fiance says, “I don’t see why someone would want to do that.” We would not engage in that.
But there certainly are many different kinds of sexual preferences out there, so if both partners want to do it and enjoy it, well, then they should!
Post # 16
I agree with this. Guys like to suck boobs anywho, if there is milk coming out of them or not, it’s all the same to me.