There's no easy way to say this but… my biggest fear has been realized. No, not the shark in the pool thing. It was a young man, who probably didn't even know breast pumps existed, and now we are both scarred for life.
With my first baby four years ago, breastfeeding was a slog from the start. My nipples blistered and got infected. It took weeks of pumping after every excruciating feeding to get my supply up.
Today's entry into the Oxford Encyclopedia of What the Everloving Fuck: men who secretly tape women pumping their breast milk at work. But they're not using the videos as instruction manuals for their lactating wives; they're using it as visual accompaniment to a vigorous Oedipal dick chafing session. As with any sort of perverted fuckery, if you can dream it, chances are, someone else has done it or made a porn of itand the secret taping of breast pumping in order to achieve sexual arousal is no exception.
While many of us want decent looking real boobs, many of us too shy away from hormones and herbal concoctions. If you happen to already have sufficient body mass on your chest, a body shaper can really work wonders as a temporary fix. But obviously, such products are only effective while wearing them, if then.
Breastfeeding is always a hot topic. Every mom seems to have an opinion. Some see breastfeeding as the only option; others see formula as an alternative to breast milk.
According to its inventor, a hormone kit — that lets fathers breastfeed when their partner is struggling — could be available in as little as five years. Side-effects for men will include growing breasts. In fact, the breasts could grow to the size of a B cup. An 'empathy tool' for fathers, the kit involves taking several drugs through the partner's pregnancy so that the man grows milk ducts at the time of birth.
A British project design student is currently developing a kit that would allow men to naturally produce breast milk through a daily dose of hormones. Then, six weeks before the baby is due, he will add a dose of domperidone, which signals the body to start making breast milk. This allows him to begin breastfeeding when the baby arrives.