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03-06-2012 14:39 #1
**Trigger warning** - s.exual language - Baby Love article
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03-06-2012 14:57 #2
wow... okay.. I don't relate to that at all...
I've never found my children a turn-on... or breastfeeding a turn on...
and the feelings that were aroused in me as a milking mummy when I was being intimate with my Dh and when I was feeding were completely different feelings...
I think she might be a little messed up.......... JMO
03-06-2012 15:03 #3Senior Member
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I didn't read the while thing but I hope her son doesn't find this article when he grows up.
03-06-2012 15:07 #4
Ive read and seen lot of warped, freaky sh!t in my day, but that was just wrong. W.T.F.
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03-06-2012 15:12 #5
I think she needs a psychiatrist.
The only bit of that article I relate to is the lack of s.exual connection with her partner after childbirth.
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03-06-2012 15:13 #6
I think it's awfully sad. I don't think this woman has any idea what love and sex are all about. I think it's sad that she's placing her son in a position of a romantic lover, what happens when he is a teenager? Or even when he's 5? He won't love her unconditionally the way a parent loves a child, how will she deal with that?
In our family DP and my relationship come first, everything else springs from that.
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03-06-2012 15:16 #7
I found the comments to be equally as disturbing. Scary how many people commended her.
I would really like to know what book she's referring to that says its normal to be aroused by your child.
03-06-2012 15:21 #8
It is not the first time I have heard a woman finding childbirth or breastfeeding erotic, and although I cannot personally relate to this, I think that it mostly is a harmless association.
I do however relate to the lack of intimacy after childbirth, and a slight sexual identity crisis (in terms of finding the transition from sensual and adventurous to unattractive and de-sexualised challenging)
ETA: I might have been guilty of not reading the whole article properly. Masturbating while breastfeeding seems extreme, I certainly don't condone that.
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03-06-2012 15:33 #9
I find this bizarre, I never found it arousing. I know that the chemicals your brain releases when breastfeeding is the same as an orga$m but i found it very different
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