You know, if a woman found breastfeeding somehow erotic, I wouldn't be able to relate but I could somewhat understand.
A woman who thinks about her child while masterbating though? That's effing weird and not "normal" like she suggests it is. Not in the least.
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A Bisexual is usually attracted to both the male and female sex, as a teenager I identified as Bisexual as that was all I knew
As a pansexual identified lady my ability to be sexually attracted to someone pans the entire gender spectrum and includes males, females, trangender and transexual peoples and gender queer / androgynous peoples,
Bisexuals may or may not be attracted to some or all of the above, for me it does not mater what is between the legs or what gender someone presents as
the hardest part with explaining it is because society is very rigid in the male / female and no inbetween gender identifications where there is actually male / female and many others
our biological sex (xx, xy and other) are also something that society does not openly realise is not just two
Ah, that makes sense. Thanks Nemmi
I find the fact that she masterbates during breastfeeding disgusting. Fair enough breastfeeding may release similar hormones to sex or whatever... but she says she thinks about her son while masterbating and she actually masterbates while breastfeeding.
I agree with PPs who have said that if this was a male he'd be done for being a pedophile. I think she needs to be looked into as I can see her seriously developing a wrong relationship with her child.
So so wrong
I think she has gone a bit far. A while ago I posted a picture saying this to my facebook it was in response to the whole Time magazine thing "If Breastfeeding is Sexual than a bottle is a dildo".
A reply by a friend who is a sexologist was
**Edited for privacy**
I get that breastfeeding can feel sexual, I have been doing it for 247weeks straight, to say I have never been aroused at the same time as breastfeeding would be lying, I have never had those feelings towards my child though!! In fact they make me feel very uncomfortable and given I was sexually abused as a child it can create a horrible horrible instinctive need to throw your child across the room.
I do not relate to much of her sexual comments at all really re: post birth. I have never felt sexual towards my children at all
Sorry I want to write more but I need to go put the kids to bed so I'm posting this before it disappears!
yeah thats just awesome with the dust settling after the time magazine thing someone openly flaunting being sexually involved in breast feeding.
cheers. thanks for that (the author not the op)
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