In perhaps the weirdest news ever, a woman says she quit her job so she could breastfeed her 36-year-old bodybuilding boyfriend on a full-time basis.
Jennifer Mulford, from Atlanta, took time off as a bartender to start an ‘Adult Breastfeeding Relationship’ (ABR) because of the ‘magical bond’ it can create between two people.
She told The Sun:
When I read about the pure joy it brought others, I was desperate to seek out a partner to share an emotional bond with.
I used dating sites, put messages on ABR forums and even put an advert on Craigslist.
And then she met 36-year-old Brad Leeson.
Because Mulford, 36, hasn’t given birth in over 20 years, the pair have said they need to ‘dry feed’ every two hours to trick her body into thinking it has a child to feed. And they even set alarms so they can wake up and ‘feed’ in the dark.
But the couple insist the erotic aspect of adult breastfeeding isn’t the main reason behind their relationship.
It’s been difficult to distinguish the difference between nurturing and sex.
Although it’s so beautiful and peaceful, it’s also erotic. It’s been hard to get through the first few nursing sessions without being tempted to have sex, but each time it’s getting easier.
Confused? A lot of people are.
I just read that a woman quit her job to BREASTFEED her boyfriend every two hours! 🤔🤔 What in the entire world?! 😏
— #SincerelyVee (@Vanessa_Gyan) June 8, 2016
A woman quit her job to breastfeed her boyfriend! I WON'T YIVINI. I JUST WON'T!!!
— Bash 🇺🇬 (@bashlima) June 8, 2016
Wait, what? Woman quits her job to BREASTFEED her boyfriend every two hours https://t.co/IFhEDDmQPH
— Venkat Ananth (@venkatananth) June 8, 2016
Others supported the endeavor:
everyone is sharing that article about the woman quitting her job to breastfeed her boyfriend every two hours and i dont see the problem
— AN AMERICAN SEAGULL (@flocksea) June 7, 2016
But the pair couldn’t care less what anyone thinks, with Mulford saying she’d even consider breastfeeding her 36-year-old boyfriend in public:
This is a lifestyle we have chosen. We look forward to years from now still needing and wanting each other.
I can come home from a very stressful day and seconds after Brad latching on I feel a sense of peace and calm. For that time I feel like we become one. I have yet to feel anything more comforting.
It’s a bond that no one can come between.
There are still so many unanswered questions…