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Is it proper/healthy for a man to suck his wife’s bosom milk?

By Ramjoe (M)October 11, 2017, 05:53:21 AM
A colleague at work who is still breastfeeding her baby told me how her husband sucked her breast for close to an hour last night while they were making love.

According to her, the husband said he has missed a lot not to have been sucking the breast milk since as he found it sweet and pleasurable. My friend doesn’t find the act interesting but just wanted to please the husband.
 
For me I think the husband is just a pervert. Besides, won’t the baby be infected by sucking the same breast with a full grown man as it seems this will now be done on regular basis?

By OldEagle


Nigerians, what's your take on this?


Re: Is it proper/healthy for a man to suck his wife’s bosom milk?

By dayan (M)October 11, 2017, 06:09:00 PM
My take is that whatever a man chooses to do with his wife is his personal business as long as no one is hurt in the process.
So, as long as the baby is not being deprived of vital food, then, I don't see a problem.
Some lactating women can feed ten babies on regular basis due to how much milk they produce; while other women struggle to produce enough milk for even one baby!  Just saying...
There is no scientific evidence (yet) of a possibility of transfer of pathogens to babies that way.


Re: Is it proper/healthy for a man to suck his wife’s bosom milk?

By Ramjoe (M)October 11, 2017, 06:33:35 PM
My take is that whatever a man chooses to do with his wife is his personal business as long as no one is hurt in the process.
So, as long as the baby is not being deprived of vital food, then, I don't see a problem.
Some lactating women can feed ten babies on regular basis due to how much milk they produce; while other women struggle to produce enough milk for even one baby!  Just saying...
There is no scientific evidence (yet) of a possibility of transfer of pathogens to babies that way.

Once the baby is alright... Getting what is due him then no qualms...

"Eni to leru lo leru"

As Yoruba people would say...

"The owner of the slave owns the slave's baggage"... My translation may not be exact but it should be approximately right.


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