Woman Quits Job To Breastfeed Her Boyfriend Every Two Hours

Woman Quits Job To Breastfeed Her Boyfriend Every Two Hours

Jennifer Mulson wanted to establish an Adult Breastfeeding Relationship (ABR) with Brad Leeson, after she read about it and craved for a bond that it created between people.

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Jennifer Mulson gave birth over two decades ago. She was a bartender, but she quit her job because she wanted to establish an Adult Breastfeeding Relationship (ABR) with Brad Leeson, according to the New York Post.  The incident took place in 2016, and Mulson had to “dry feed” Leeson every two hours to fool her body into thinking she's feeding a baby so she starts producing milk. The only other way to produce natural breast milk is by giving birth, which she hadn't in recent times. Jennifer stumbled across a website about ABR, but she was single at the time. 


When she read about it, she said she craved a similar bond. “When I read about the bond breastfeeding could create between two people, I was envious. I have always enjoyed my breasts being touched during sex more than anything else, so I knew I would enjoy it.” So, Mulson, who hailed from Atlanta, decided to search far and wide for a man who would be into adult breastfeeding as well. "When I read about the pure joy it brought others, I was desperate to seek out a partner to share an emotional bond with," she said, adding that she tried just about everything to get someone who was into this. 


"I used dating sites, put messages on ABR forums, and even put an advert on Craigslist, but I drew a blank. I started to think I’d never get to try adult breastfeeding.” But, fate intended for her to find comfort in someone she knew, instead of a stranger off the internet. Mulson reportedly started interacting with her old boyfriend from school, Brad, and she spoke to him about the idea she had in mind. She was surprised to learn that Brad was intrigued by the idea as well. “We were talking and Brad told me he had a thing for big-breasted women, and that size had always been a factor in his relationships."


“I thought it was the perfect time to bring up adult breastfeeding — and see if he’d be interested,” said Jennifer. She didn't have to wait long for a reply as Leeson was immediately open to the idea. “It was like a light switch flicked in his head. I could tell from his voice that he was curious and excited.” A curious Leeson delved into more details about ABR and that's when Mulson knew she had found herself a partner for life. “We both wanted the same thing out of the relationship — a magical bond that only breastfeeding can achieve.” However, there was a slight dent in their plan. 


At the time, Jennifer hadn't breastfed in over 20 years, which meant that her body wasn't producing any more milk. The only solution to induce lactation was by dry-feeding and pumping her breasts every two hours, just as if she would with a baby, reports The Sun. “I’ve taken a break from my job because I want to devote everything to making this work,” she said. They'd even set alarms to remind them it was time to "feed". If at all Brad was out, she would use a pump or her hands to do the trick. “Nights have been a struggle because Brad sleeps so peacefully but we manage to cope – until he falls asleep latched onto me, which is beautiful,” she admitted.


To aid the process, she even drank Mother’s Milk Tea – a herbal drink which is said to imitate female hormones and increase or maintain milk supply – thrice a day, along with making changes to her diet. Leeson, who's a gym buff, claimed he was excited about the health benefits of breast milk, too. “Brad goes to the gym because it makes him feel good about himself knowing he is shape and living a healthy lifestyle. He also tells me all the time that he does it for me because he wants other women to feel jealous of what I have,” said Jennifer. “He is a real alpha male but behind closed doors this relationship lets him put his guard down, be submissive, and allow himself to be loved 100 percent.”

While Jennifer said she's proud of their unique relationship, she wouldn't want to feed him in public. “If it was up to Brad we would, but it’s very private to me. I’ll never say never but I love the time we spend nursing alone. It’s our time away from the rest of the world and I look forward to every feed.” While things would be quite simpler for them if they have a baby together, they decided against it since they both have kids from their previous relationships. “This is a lifestyle we have chosen. We look forward to years from now still needing and wanting each other."


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