• Feminist Prof Recommends Dangerous Drug to Make Men ‘Breastfeed’

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        Posted 01/12/2018 03:37 PM - Hide
      • Despite conventional knowledge that only women can breastfeed, a feminist professor at the University of Alberta, Canada, says this isn’t true, claiming that men and fathers are “increasingly” breastfeeding children by way of “induced lactation.”

        Writing in the journal Feminist Theory, sociology professor Robyn Lee argues that men can easily breastfeed infants if only they agree to go through the draconian process of hormone supplementation and near-constant nipple stimulation.

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      • Re: Feminist Prof Recommends Dangerous Drug to Make Men ‘Breastfeed’
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