The idea of fostering a deeper connection within a relationship is not new. Couples in search of the ultimate bonding experience at times consider a practice those outside of the kinky umbrella might find controversial; adult nursing.
The practice of nursing an infant for nourishment is commonplace. A woman bringing her child to her bosom for feeding is understood, even if some might request she cover her breasts. Now picture a woman bringing her intimate partner to her breast in a similar fashion. The decision to begin an Adult Nursing Relationship [ANR] is often chosen as a method to bond with an intimate partner.
Increased intimacy is high on the list of those who choose this path. The couple is required to rest in close proximity to one another, often in a quiet and soothing environment. Nursing at both breasts can take 30-45 minutes where the couple remain connected without interruption. Some describe the process as more intimate than sexual intercourse. The process of lactation can make a woman feel more feminine as she performs a function only women are designed to do. The partner on the receiving end describes being cradled and cherished as benefits of the ANR relationship.
Prior to starting an ANR a couple should evaluate what it takes to make this type of connection work. Is the woman healthy? Will she be able to lactate by suckling and massage only or will she seek the assistance of medication? How much time per day, yes per day, are they willing to commit to jump starting lactation? Similar to a child who nurses, a woman who produces breast milk for her partner needs consistent suckling to produce breast milk in a noticeable quantity. There are many things to consider before beginning, including are there any medications the woman is taking that she could pass to her partner through breast milk?
Adult nursing is a commitment of time with a reward of attachment. Sounds like a reasonable trade to me.
Would you ever consider an adult nursing relationship with your intimate partner?