'I breastfeed my boyfriend twice a week to get us in the mood for sex'
*Puts down milkshake*
Speaking candidly about her sex life, mum of two Lana Michaels missed breastfeeding so much that she continued doing it with her boyfriend, labelling the act as "highly erotic".
Having once breastfed her two children, now aged 11 and seven, the former teacher has reignited her sex life by allowing her fiancee to breastfeed from her twice a week, reports the Sun.
The couple appeared in a new Channel 4 documentary exploring adult breastfeeding, where they claimed it’s the perfect form of seduction before sex. They further claim that it creatives a positive “physical energy” between them.
Michaels met her partner Shawn in 2019 through a vegan dating app, which seems somewhat confusing considering his favourite pre-sex supplement.
But 18 months on, they are still going strong.
“I breastfed my children and I really missed breastfeeding and the feeling of it,” she explained in her interview with the Sun.
“I don’t want to have another baby and my children are way too old to feed now but I liked the idea of breastfeeding with Shawn."
Shawn added: “We have an open relationship and we both like trying different kinks.
“I’d been sucking from another woman when I started feeling milk in my mouth. That burned up the sexual idea of breast milk connected with sex and it went from there.”
Michaels discovered that you can restart the production of milk by taking herbal supplements, which she did.
“After three days of taking the supplement, I had a drop of milk in my breast and Shawn started sucking to get the milk flowing. It felt cool.
“We have sex about five times a week, and Shawn breastfeeds a couple of times in a week.”
Citing fuller breasts as one reason for her enjoyment, Michaels also says that she feels sexier because of it. For Shawn, it is both arousing and relaxing.
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