Earlier this week, a woman from Atlanta sparked outrage on social media after publicly announcing that she quit her job to breastfeed her year-old bodybuilder boyfriend. Jennifer Mulford claimed she wanted to start an 'Adult Breastfeeding Relationship' with her partner Brad Leeson after reading about the bond breastfeeding could create between two people. Scroll down for video. Controversy: Jennifer Mulford, from Atlanta, recently sparked debate on social media after publicly announcing breastfed her year-old boyfriend, Brad Leeson. Because Jennifer is yet to successfully induce lactation, the couple are sticking to their strict schedule and said it doesn't matter where they are. And when asked whether it was a 'sexual' thing for the pair, Brad said 'to an extent. Jennifer then added that the breastfeeding would lead to sex 'six out of seven times. Dedicated: Jennifer said there was 'nothing more relaxing Brad also shut down claims that he acted like a baby and said he enjoyed it purely because it was a great 'bonding' experience and because he has always been 'fascinated with boobs. Brad admitted he was open to publicly breastfeeding but that Jennifer was unsure.
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Yeah, but it's no accident that Leeson indulges in daily breast milk. His girlfriend, Jennifer Mulford, placed an ad on Craigslist to find a male partner who would be "open" to Adult Breastfeeding. But it turns out, Mulford's 'old flame' likes breast milk. Leeson was an old boyfriend from school. So much so that Mulford decided to quit her job as a bartender in order to focus her attention on breastfeeding her very big "baby. Mulford reportedly says the couple now shares "a magical bond that only breastfeeding can achieve. But since Mulford hasn't given birth to a child in 20 years, how the heck does she go about producing milk for her boyfriend?
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Dear Annie: My wife and I are expecting our fourth child. She is a firm believer in breastfeeding and plans to do so when our baby arrives. My wife continued to breastfeed him along with the baby, and continued to do so through the birth of our third child, born when Travis was 5. I thought it was a little odd, but I did not object. Travis is now 13 years old.
I know that the health benefits are undeniable, the physical side effects at times exhausting, but the spiritual and emotional worth like no other. I found myself always either blissfully breastfeeding, or eagerly looking forward to the next time I would get to breastfeed my precious son. I became a woman obsessed, like an anxious little kid looking forward to a trip to the toy store every day. My husband took to calling me A-teet-a. I swear I nearly lost all my single and childless friends.