In the season 3 premiere of TLC’s “Strange Sex”, a man says that drinking his wife’s breast milk, often “straight from the source”, has improved his erectile dysfunction and improved the couple’s sex life.
Jeff and Michelle (who wanted their last names withheld) began sharing her breast milk when their first child was only a few months old. That child is now two, but they have continued while Michelle breastfeeds their 8-month-old son.
The Ohio couple originally applied for the show to talk about their practice of vampirism — Jeff would bite Michelle, usually on her breasts, and drink the blood as part of their sex life. The vampirism stopped when Michelle began breastfeeding their first child, so they decided to try having Jeff breastfeed. They applied again to “Strange Sex” to talk about the breastfeeding, and this time they were invited on the show.
Jeff says that he hopes sharing this part of their lives will encourage other couples to experiment in the bedroom, and may inspire some men with erectile dysfunction to try breast milk. “There are individuals out there that get turned on by feet, spanking, and cars. I get turned on by drinking my wife’s breast milk and getting her pregnant,” he says.
For her part, Michelle says that while she was unsure at first, she now enjoys the practice. “I told him if I don’t like it, you’re not going to be able to do it. But when Jeff started feeding from me, it was very erotic. If you have excess [breast milk], you might as well make use of it.”
They intend to go back to vampirism when Michelle stops breastfeeding their children.
Season 3 of ‘Strange Sex’ premieres Sunday, July 15, at 10 p.m ET/PT on TLC
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