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I breastfeed my dad (long article)

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I breastfeed my dad (long article)
September 22, 2010
I was reminded of this story after reading about the moo that feeds people breastmilk, I hope its not been posted already...

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I can already imagine the look on your face as you read my story. You've seen the headline and looked at the photographs, and I can just see your nose already wrinkled in disgust.

'Noooo,' you'll gasp. 'Urgh, that's disgusting.' Or perhaps… 'Those two are revolting. To do that to his own daughter, that man must be sick.'

And you're right. My dad is sick, which is why we've been driven to such extreme measures. I'm an only child and growing up I was so close to my dad, Richard Allen, 51, and my mum Maria.

Then, in January 1999, Mum was diagnosed with breast and stomach cancer, and by August that year, she'd died. At the time, I was living 130 miles from their home in Sacramento, California, and after we'd lost Mum, I'd beaten myself up about the fact that I'd not been with her as much as I should have.

If only there's something I could have done, I thought over and over again. With Mum gone, I felt even closer to Dad. In September 2005, he'd been diagnosed with prostate and ladder cancer, but thankfully he'd fought it off and was as active as ever.

Things seemed to be going great for us as a family, even more so when, in February 2009, I discovered my boyfriend Justin Peters, 27, and I were going to have a baby. 'I can't wait to be a grandad,' Dad had said when I told him I was pregnant.

Soon he had some news of his own, but this time it wasn't good. 'The cancer's back,' he told me. He was having chemo and doctors had said he had a 60 per cent chance of surviving for five years. He was only 51.

'I can't lose Dad, too,' I sobbed to Justin. We packed up and moved back to my hometown so I could be around to help Dad. It was a stressful time. I was pregnant, looking after Dad and worried sick, plus Justin was struggling to find work.

To make matters worse, when I was seven months gone, the stress took its toll on our relationship. 'I don't think I'm ready for this,' Justin said. 'I'm leaving. I'm sorry.' To be honest, I was so wrapped up with worrying about Dad, I didn't mind.

I could tell he was deteriorating, but he stayed positive and was with me at Harbour General Hospital when my son was born in November 2009. I named him Ricky, after Dad. As soon as I held him, I started breastfeeding Ricky almost immediately.

I took to it like a duck to water and enjoyed bonding with my son this way. Dad was mad on Ricky too, but I could see how tired the chemotherapy made him. Watching them together gave me a lump in my throat.

Would Dad be around to watch Ricky grow up? Then, in December 2009, when Ricky was just a month old, I saw an article in the newspaper. I'll never forget the headline: CAN BREAST MILK CURE CANCER? I read with amazement how a substance in breast milk known as Hamlet has been shown to kill cancer cells.

It felt like a light bulb was going off in my head. 'That's what I need to do for Dad!' I gasped. It sounded just a little bit weird. But what's better, doing something a bit icky, or your beloved dad dying? I knew what I thought, but convincing Dad would be a different matter altogether. 'There's, er, something I need to discuss with you,' I said, next time he came round. 'Go on,' Dad replied. How the hell could I say this without sounding strange?

I couldn't. 'I want you to drink my breast milk,' I said. 'Have you lost the plot?' he'd spluttered. Even after I explained about the study, he sounded wary. 'I don't know…' he began. 'It's a bit weird.' I cut him off. 'You don't get a say in it,' I told him. 'You're drinking my milk and that's that.'

Dad checked with his doctor, who dismissed it but said it wouldn't do any harm to try. So a few days later, he came round for his first dose. I'd read that 4oz a day was enough, so I poured the right amount of some milk I'd already expressed for Ricky into a cup and passed it to Dad.

'Chin chin,' I smiled, encouragingly. With one swift movement, he knocked it back like a shot of Sambuca. 'It's OK,' Dad said, wiping his mouth. 'It tastes sweet.'

So that was it. We agreed that every afternoon, Dad would come round and get his daily shot of my milk. It got less weird as time went on and we even started experimenting.

We used the milk to make smoothies, omelettes and even cakes. It was all going fine except for one problem. I loved breastfeeding Ricky, but the breast pump I used to express milk for Dad made my nipples horribly sore. I dreaded hooking myself up to it and I felt like a cow in a dairy farm.

One night, about a month after I'd started expressing for Dad, I'd run out of stocks and took one look at the breast pump and shuddered. To me, it had begun to seem like a torture device.

What's more, I was shattered from a day looking after Ricky, so instead of experimenting with breast milk recipes, I collapsed on the settee. Dad turned up as usual, but I could barely get off the settee I was so tired. 'I'm so sorry, I haven't expressed any,' I said. His face fell. We'd both noticed that his health had improved since he'd started drinking the milk.

He was more cheerful and seemed to be coping better with the chemo. 'It's OK,' Dad said.
'I understand.' Here's where it gets weird. I felt so awful letting Dad down. After all, it'd been my idea that he did this and I wanted to see it through. I told Dad how painful I found the breast pump. 'It doesn't mean we have to stop, though,' I said. 'Why don't you suckle from my breast like Ricky does?'

Yes, it would be awkward at first and it was hardly natural like it was with Ricky, but it was the only solution I could think of. 'No way,' Dad gasped. 'I'm not doing that.' 'Grow up,' I said. 'You and me both know it's not sexual. Think of your health, if nothing else.'

We chatted it through for hours and I managed to talk him round. 'Come here then,' I said, pulling down my top to free my right breast. There was an awkward silence as he drank. It felt so different to Ricky. For starters, Dad had a full set of teeth and a beard that tickled. 'Thank you,' he said, wiping his mouth as he pulled away after about 10 minutes. We both felt a bit tongue-tied and he left soon after.

I don't know how I thought I'd feel, but once Dad had gone, I was fine. Now we'd done it once, it would be easier. Dad came round the next day and, just like the first time, I pulled up my top and he sucked away. It's been five months now and it's become normal for us.

The only reason we carry on is because of the improvements it's having on Dad's health. He's had fewer colds and doctors say that his PSA levels have dropped, which means the cancer in his prostate is less aggressive.

He's not cancer-free yet, but I have a good feeling. His doctor isn't convinced it's down to the breast milk, but it's not harming him, so we want to carry on. I'm just glad that, unlike with Mum, there's something I can do to help Dad recover. I'd always planned to feed Ricky until he was around a year old and that's what I'll do.

But I'll continue to breastfeed Dad as long as he needs me to do so. So if you think that's sick, that's your problem. I just want to help my dad stay alive.

Sonia's dad says: 'At first, I thought Sonia was joking and I was living in some weird, incestuous nightmare. I refused, but Sonia told me to grow up. This was life or death
and if I wanted to live, I'd do it. I have no, and have never had, any sexual feelings at all, and when I suckle direct we both agree it's a means to an end and treat it professionally.'

The expert, Martin Ledwick, Head Cancer Information Nurse at Cancer Research UK says : 'It's perfectly understandable that people affected by cancer will want to do all they can to help aid recovery, but there is really no evidence to support drinking breast milk as a way of doing this.'
Re: I breastfeed my dad (long article)
September 22, 2010
Why am I not surprised that: 'I don't think I'm ready for this,' Justin said. 'I'm leaving. I'm sorry.' ...and that was before it even started to get really weird.
Re: I breastfeed my dad (long article)
September 22, 2010
Gross. double puke double puke double puke double puke double puke double puke double puke double puke double puke double puke double puke double puke double puke double puke double puke double puke double puke double puke double puke double puke double puke



lab mom
Anonymous User
Re: I breastfeed my dad (long article)
September 22, 2010
Exactly!

Have you clicked on the link, the graphic photo is the worst bit! brain bleach
Re: I breastfeed my dad (long article)
September 22, 2010
"Breast is Incest."

eyeroll
Re: I breastfeed my dad (long article)
September 22, 2010
It's like a porn plot.

Where's the plumber?
Re: I breastfeed my dad (long article)
September 22, 2010
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Finnglas
Exactly!

Have you clicked on the link, the graphic photo is the worst bit! brain bleach

Saw it. I think I died a little. double puke double puke



lab mom
Re: I breastfeed my dad (long article)
September 22, 2010
I'm a total daddy's girl and all....but that's just disgusting. double puke Also, how does she know it was the pump making her nipples sore? Breastfeeding makes your nipples sore, cracked, etc. Her pumping the milk and him drinking it is one thing, but breastfeeding him is totally another. I dunno, just ugh!!!!! double puke

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Re: I breastfeed my dad (long article)
September 22, 2010
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CF_Amy
I'm a total daddy's girl and all....but that's just disgusting. double puke Also, how does she know it was the pump making her nipples sore? Breastfeeding makes your nipples sore, cracked, etc. Her pumping the milk and him drinking it is one thing, but breastfeeding him is totally another. I dunno, just ugh!!!!! double puke

My thoughts exactly. It's just, creepy.



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Melanie
Re: I breastfeed my dad (long article)
September 22, 2010
Please tell me this is from The Onion. I really don't know if I can go on living if the story is true. Just, no.

My dad would rather have been drawn and quartered than do something like that!!!!
Anonymous User
Re: I breastfeed my dad (long article)
September 22, 2010
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Melanie
Please tell me this is from The Onion. I really don't know if I can go on living if the story is true. Just, no.

My dad would rather have been drawn and quartered than do something like that!!!!

I wouldn't like to say this is gospel, but the story appeared as fact in a couple of UK magazines, and I wouldn't put it past some people. ???
Re: I breastfeed my dad (long article)
September 22, 2010
OMG. Now I've heard everything. Until next time, of course.

Too bad that this wasn't around when my dad was dying of cancer. I wouldn't be half surprised if my breeder sister would have been all over it. Jerry Springer's gotta be looking at this shit and thinking "Yes. Job security."
Anonymous User
Re: I breastfeed my dad (long article)
September 22, 2010
EEEEWWWW!!!! I couldn't resist posting this on Facebook. . . can't wait to see reactions. Blech.
Anonymous User
Re: I breastfeed my dad (long article)
September 22, 2010
When I saw that picture I shrieked so loud the rest of my family came running in to see if I was OK!!! I'm OFFICIALLY scarred for life!! "not sexual"?!??!?! MY FUZZY BLACK AZZ IT AIN'T!!!! Just look at the at smile on her face!!! I'm still covered in creepies.... YEECHHH!!!
Re: I breastfeed my dad (long article)
September 22, 2010
This by far exceeds gross and greatly surpasses the boundaries of normal behavior further than anything I have ever read regarding these women and their nectar of the titty stories. It's as if they look for any small potential excuse to validate their deep rooted incestuous desires or in other cases to feed a fetish of some sort. I can even understand someone with cancer who would be desperate enough to drink the nasty shit, but the actual suckling of the daughter is absolutely NOT necessary to achieve the desired alleged result, which in and of itself is questionable. If they read some vague "study" that claimed that daily orgasms would cure cancer, but poppy was too weak to masturbate, would they then proceed to jerk him off on a daily basis? What if they were "just too tired" to yank him off one night, would that be an excuse to just to outright fuck him or maybe it would rationalize a blow job, WHO KNOWS???????confused

I am completely repulsed by this and am shocked that they would go public with something as gross, bizarre, and unacceptable on every level imaginable as this. No wonder her husband left. He probably sensed that some weird shit was about to go down and got the hell out before it was too late!double puke

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Re: I breastfeed my dad (long article)
September 22, 2010
This is the most disgusting thing I've ever read. That woman is one sick, sick, mofo. It's awful that she would take advantage of someone who is suffering from cancer. He's probably so whacked out on meds that he'll comply to anything.

I've seen first-hand the way chemotherapy addles a person's brain. A friend of mine currently has breast cancer and she's completely insane for a few days after each chemo treatment. One time she thought she saw words written all over the carpet in her apartment and that there were bugs inside of her. It's not a stretch to think that the father in the story agreed to the magical titty milk cure because he wasn't in his right state of mind.
Anonymous User
Re: I breastfeed my dad (long article)
September 22, 2010
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Melanie
Please tell me this is from The Onion. I really don't know if I can go on living if the story is true. Just, no.

My dad would rather have been drawn and quartered than do something like that!!!!



I agree. I hope this is fake. Either way, I am just going to tell myself that it is. double puke
Re: I breastfeed my dad (long article)
September 22, 2010
WHAT THE FUCK IS WRONG..oh never mind.
Re: I breastfeed my dad (long article)
September 22, 2010
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Melanie
Please tell me this is from The Onion. I really don't know if I can go on living if the story is true. Just, no.

Thank you. I didn't know how to put it into words, I'm so REPULSED.

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Re: I breastfeed my dad (long article)
September 22, 2010
EVEN IF this story isn't true, someone still had to think it up, create the whole sickening scenario, pose for the picture, photograph the picture, write the article, edit it, lay it out, and then publish it. I don't know which would be worse; The reality of it or the fact that so many people participated in the creation of something this nasty. confused Personally, I believe that it is a true story.Trout slap

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If YOU are the "exception" to what I am saying, then why does my commentary bother you so much?
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Re: I breastfeed my dad (long article)
September 23, 2010
The doctor says the tit-juice is doing nothing, but is not harming him. So why the fuck bother feeding it to him? Moo's boob excrement is just as likely to cure her father's cancer as is rubbing a rabbit's foot or shoving a four-leaf clover up his ass. I'm actually amazed it's not harming the father since breastmilk is by no means sanitary.

Sounds like the boyfriend gout out in the nick of time...if the dying father didn't drive him off, surely the incestuous daddy-daughter nursing sessions would have. I don't think Justin would have liked *two* males that weren't him sucking his meat slab's tits. And I doubt this is truly for Daddy's well-being - Moo has some freaky fetish and would probably screw her old man if she had the chance. She is just foisting her sexual cravings on him while he's afraid and vulnerable...how kind of her.

If Moomie happens to get sick while "curing" her father, does she realize that she could kill him with her milk? He's immuno-suppressed after the chemo, so a little flu bug she has could easily make him deathly ill. I hope she'll be proud of herself if she kills her father with a round of flu-infused boob-sauce.
Anonymous User
Re: I breastfeed my dad (long article)
September 23, 2010
Another one

Least this one doesn't have his bitty off the titty...


A daughter is giving her own breast milk to her father in the hope it will help him beat cancer.
Georgia Browne, 27, expresses her milk after feeding her own baby son - and delivers it from Bristol to her parents' home in Wiltshire.
Her father Tim Browne, 67, mixes the breast-milk with regular milk and uses it as part of his breakfast in a bid to boost his immune system in his fight against colon and liver cancer.
Milk of human kindness: Georgia Browne is giving her father Tim her breast milk to boost his immune system in the fight against cancer
Now, one month after starting to share the milk of human kindness with his grandson, scans show that Tim's cancer had improved.
Georgia, of Bristol, said: 'We are quite an open family and I don't find it strange at all.
'I'm just glad to help. My mum Carole and siblings are right behind it.
'In fact, the whole family thinks it's quite funny and Dad told all his friends.'
The family decided that breast is best after Georgia saw a TV documentary about the health benefits of breast milk.
She researched the idea on the internet before suggesting it to her ailing father.
Georgia said: 'I watched a show presented by Kate Garraway where an American man with prostate cancer drank breast milk from a milk bank.
'He mixed it with milkshake and swore that drinking it every day had reduced his tumours.
'I thought it was a really mad idea if it was true.
'Finding out I could help was amazing and when we talked about it, Dad agreed it was a worth a go.
'He would literally try anything to get better.'


'Not a big deal'
Tim was diagnosed with cancer in July 2007 after he was rushed to hospital with stomach pains just a week before Georgia's wedding.
He had an emergency operation to remove a tumour and was allowed out in time to walk his daughter down the aisle.
A year of chemotherapy put the disease in remission but it returned when Georgia was pregnant with her first child.
Tim Browne said he feels a special bond with daughter Georgia
Baby Monty was just a month old when Georgia saw the documentary and decided to try it for herself.
Georgia said: 'We are a very close family and we're quite eccentric so it wasn't a big deal.
'My sister is still breast feeding herself but she didn't have enough milk to feed him too.'
Mum-of-one Georgia expresses the milk and delivers it to her parents' home in Wiltshire.
Her mum Carole, 66, pops it in the freezer and then defrosts it for Tim's cereal breakfast.


'Special bond'
Tim, a retired teacher, said: 'The milk is not unpleasant but slightly pungent and oily.
'But once it is mixed with cow's milk, I can't taste it. My first reaction to trying this was, why not?
'If I have a lactating daughter, why not take advantage of her, as long as Monty didn't mind.
'I do feel like I have a special bond with Georgia and Monty.'
U.S. researchers claims that a breast milk can cure cancer in children and Tim's doctors have supported the unconventional treatment.
A scan showed his terminal cancer had improved but it cannot be proved if this was due to the breast boost or his chemotherapy.
Georgia said: 'There's no way of really finding out if it's helping but we'll continue as long as I am breast feeding.
'It feels like I'm doing the most natural thing for the people I love.
'Not many women can say their dad drinks their breast milk.

'But I would do anything to give my dad more time with me, our family and Monty.'
Re: I breastfeed my dad (long article)
September 23, 2010
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GracieAllen
When I saw that picture I shrieked so loud the rest of my family came running in to see if I was OK!!!

You're not the only one

I started to read the article and thought "oh no. this isn't going where I think it's going. is it?" I slowed my scans as I got farther down the text, again thinking "just stop .... don't go any further ... it's probably going to be worse than you think." Then I got to this part and thought "dominatrix"

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'You don't get a say in it,' I told him. 'You're drinking my milk and that's that.'

And then this - THIS is where I felt my chest hitch and jaw muscles loosen in an involuntary urge to scream

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I told Dad how painful I found the breast pump. 'It doesn't mean we have to stop, though,' I said. 'Why don't you suckle from my breast like Ricky does?'

Yes, it would be awkward at first and it was hardly natural like it was with Ricky, but it was the only solution I could think of. 'No way,' Dad gasped. 'I'm not doing that.' 'Grow up,' I said. 'You and me both know it's not sexual. Think of your health, if nothing else.'

We chatted it through for hours and I managed to talk him round. 'Come here then,' I said, pulling down my top to free my right breast. There was an awkward silence as he drank. It felt so different to Ricky. For starters, Dad had a full set of teeth and a beard that tickled. 'Thank you,' he said, wiping his mouth as he pulled away after about 10 minutes. We both felt a bit tongue-tied and he left soon after.

I don't know how I thought I'd feel, but once Dad had gone, I was fine. Now we'd done it once, it would be easier. Dad came round the next day and, just like the first time, I pulled up my top and he sucked away.

Oh, that is just sick --- S.I.C.K.

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It's been five months now and it's become normal for us.

Uh huh. That's the same thing a father says as he sneaks into his daughter's room each night for a bit of sexual satisfaction.

I hope the friends and family of these two pervs ostracize them for the freaks they are.
Re: I breastfeed my dad (long article)
September 23, 2010
You know what else is wrong with this picture? Here's a woman who has two parents both diagnosed at a quite young age with cancer. Cancer is frequently linked to heredity. And yet she decided to have a baby. Does she think that she's going to be around to watch this baby grow into adulthood? And why would she condemn her baby to her genetic legacy?
Re: I breastfeed my dad (long article)
September 23, 2010
This, to the millionth power:

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I can even understand someone with cancer who would be desperate enough to drink the nasty shit, but the actual suckling of the daughter is absolutely NOT necessary to achieve the desired alleged result, which in and of itself is questionable. If they read some vague "study" that claimed that daily orgasms would cure cancer, but poppy was too weak to masturbate, would they then proceed to jerk him off on a daily basis? What if they were "just too tired" to yank him off one night, would that be an excuse to just to outright fuck him or maybe it would rationalize a blow job, WHO KNOWS???????


I hope it's a hoax and I'm to skeered to click the picture. No....must not fill brain with disgusting images...........
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