August 28, 2016
Rolling Stone is a serious publication.
Elfin* and Gavin* have been together for six years. They have a clear affection for each other, touching each other gently on the shoulder when one says something the other appreciates and often looking at each other lovingly throughout conversation. Their respect and adoration for one another comes through even over a Skype call from their home in Queensland, Australia. Their home appears cozy and comfortable, and Gavin works long hours while Elfin stays home and tends to household needs. They also engage in what they call “feeding” – Elfin induces lactation and produces breast milk for Gavin to consume.
Can’t they put trigger warnings for Nazis on these articles? Sheesh!
So, this is the mainstream, now? They’re pushing for tolerance of grown men who get off on suckling at the teat of lactating women?
As a side note, the fact it’s clear from the description above that this man is suffering from low testosterone, which explains his weird sexual deviance. In other words, he’s a faggot.
Elfin, 55, and Gavin, 57, are in what’s known as an “adult nursing relationship,” or an “adult breastfeeding relationship.” These arrangements are exactly what they sound like – one partner produces milk to share with the other through breastfeeding. For many, there is a sexual aspect to the nursing part of their relationship, but Adult Nursing Relationships (ANRs) are not strictly sexual. On the social media site FetLife, which serves people interested in BDSM and kink, a few thousand users discuss how they simply enjoy the act of suckling or exchanging milk while cuddling or watching TV on some nights, while on other nights the milk exchange may be part of their foreplay or sex itself. The dynamics of these relationships can be incredibly varied, and they are not limited to heterosexual pairings – there are many women who enjoy the act of suckling a partner, too.
Reminder: This is what actual lesbians look like.
Adult nursing relationships are often seen as taboo, as evidenced by sensational reporting, like when the New York Post accompanied a story about a couple in an ANR with the tag “WTF.” People who engage in ANR are often portrayed in the media as “freaks,” with commenters quick to point out how “gross” the act is. The comments following an ANR story on the website Scary Mommy reveals an array of people offering judgment on the couple in question, with some wondering why they feel the need to share their story publicly, and one commenter going as far as to speculate as to whether the ANR participants are “attention seeking egomaniacs.” Even in the world of kink and fetishes, ANR participants are outliers. “Even within the alternative communities, a lot of people don’t understand it,” Elfin explains. But for her, they don’t have to. “It all comes down to one basic premise: your kink is not my kink and that’s OK.”
Last year they were talking about licking each other’s anuses. Now it’s adult breastfeeding. And always, these articles, they focus on “tolerance” and being “non-judgmental.”
After all, they’re only doing it for pleasure, and pleasure is the highest good possible in this totally deracinated materialistic society. What could be wrong with it, then?
Someone who goes so far against normal healthy instincts in order to derive pleasure is obviously a social liability. They’re weak. And weakness is not only the mark of an inferior man – it’s also dangerous. Weak people are easier to corrupt, easier to blackmail, easier to buy off. Weak people aren’t willing to sacrifice their precious pleasure in order to insure the future of our society.
The Jew is glorifying perversion and hedonism at every turn because he wants our men weak, insecure and subservient.
We must instead become strong and proud.