How to Talk to Your Partner About ANR
What's The Best Approach?
For men, the best approach we've seen is to include the fact that women can induce without pregnancy and that starting with dry sucking at first is okay. Other women have written about their experiences and how enjoyable it is.
How do I convince my partner/spouse to do this?
You can share with them what the fascination is for you, what it means to you, why you want to try it, and the benefits you think it would bring to the relationship. Then you need to listen and hear them out in return. You can’t force them to enter into an ANR.
Excerpt from an UncoverIntimacy.com article.
See also this discussion, an article on encouraging sexual openness in relationships, our page and an external article on acknowledging the connection between breastfeeding and arousal, and Lifehacker.com's Guide to Sharing Kinks.
Some couples practice ABF in order to strengthen their relationship. Read for yourself a few ANR testimonials and stories or watch videos of couples practicing adult breastfeeding. (warning:NSFW)
Reach out to others by using our ANR/ABF online communities list page to seek others who are in this lifestyle.
Frequently Asked Questions About ANRs/Adult Breastfeeding
What is Erotic Lactation/Breastfeeding? (warning:NSFW)
What does it look like? (warning:NSFW)
Is there a way to promote on my dating profile that I'm into ANR/ABF?
Depending on which site you're on, you might be able to use our memes (warning:NSFW) or make your own. Additionally, the site logo is free to use to upload to your profile; pin button and flyer templates are now available.
How can I explain to my husband/wife/boyfriend/girlfriend/partner/spouse/significant other that I want to breastfeed/induce?
Why are breasts so taboo in Western culture? (warning:NSFW)