Woman “tricks” her body into letting her breastfeed her 36-year-old boyfriend



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ATLANTA, GA – How old is “too old” to stop breastfeeding?

Well, 36-year-old Brad Leeson in Georgia hasn’t been weened off it yet!

Yeah, but it’s no accident that Leeson indulges in daily breast milk. His girlfriend, Jennifer Mulford, placed an ad on Craigslist to find a male partner who would be “open” to Adult Breastfeeding.

But it turns out, Mulford’s ‘old flame’ likes breast milk. (Leeson was an old boyfriend from school.)

The two talked about the joys of bonding over breast milk and decided to give it a “squirt.”

Now, Leeson’s hooked on it!

So much so that Mulford decided to quit her job as a bartender in order to focus her attention on breastfeeding her very big “baby.”

Mulford reportedly says the couple now shares “a magical bond that only breastfeeding can achieve.”

But since Mulford hasn’t given birth to a child in 20 years, how the heck does she go about producing milk for her boyfriend?

It’s actually a bit tricky… since the couple “tricks” Mulford’s breasts into producing milk.

They actually use “dry-feeding” and pump her breasts every two hours to induce lactation, just as if she were nursing a newborn.

Mulford says “there’s nothing more relaxing than having him latch on.”

Just goes to show — at any age — milk…er, breast milk does a body good, too.


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