A mother has admitted to breastfeeding her boyfriend – 20 years after having children.
Jennifer Mulford quit her job as a bartender to establish an Adult Breastfeeding Relationship (ABR) with her boyfriend, Brad Leeson.
In an interview with The Sun, Jennifer said that she had always been fascinated by adult breastfeeding, but had a difficult time finding a suitable partner until she met Brad – an old boyfriend from high school with a similar interest.
“When I read about the bond breastfeeding could create between two people I was envious,” the 36-year-old told the publication.
“I have always enjoyed my breasts being touched during sex more than anything else so I knew I would enjoy it.”
She added: “[Brad and I] both wanted the same thing out of the relationship – a magical bond that only breastfeeding can achieve.”
However, there was a challenge – Jennifer had given birth 20 years ago meaning that her body was not lactating. As a result, she had to “dry feed” and pump her breasts regularly to fool her body in producing milk. Now, the couple nurse every two hours.
“Nights have been a struggle because Brad sleeps so peacefully but we manage to cope – until he falls asleep latched onto me, which is beautiful,” she told the British publication.
When Brad is out, Jennifer uses a pump or her hand, and drinks Mother’s Milk Tea to encourage her body to produce milk.
Brad – a self-confessed ‘gym junkie’ – has expressed his excitement about the health benefits of breast milk, despite recent studies proving that human milk has little benefits for adults.
“Brad goes to the gym because it makes him feel good about himself knowing he is shape and living a healthy lifestyle. He also tells me all the time that he does it for me because he wants other women to feel jealous of what I have,” said Jennifer.
“He is a real alpha male but behind closed doors this relationship lets him put his guard down, be submissive and allow himself to be loved 100 per cent.”
However, Jennifer does not feed Brad in public.
“If it was up to Brad we would, but it’s very private to me.
“I’ll never say never but I love the time we spend nursing alone. It’s our time away from the rest of the world and I look forward to every feed,” she told The Sun.
“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.”
20 years ago, Jennifer breastfed her own daughter for eight months.
“I can still remember the connection I felt with her as I held her and she fed. It’s something I will never forget.”