One of my new years resolutions is to make sure I actually examine my breasts every month. And to help make sure I do that I’m going to make a point of posting breast health and breast cancer related articles, videos and other web sundries on the first of the month. It’s the start of… Continue reading It’s time for your monthly breast cancer self check! Self exam 101
By Christy Towle
A longing discovered.
Kept away by darkness and depression.
Milky dreams, flowing from brain to breast.
Spilling out into the world.
Nights of fantasy, desire and lust.
Fulfilling and sleepless.
Days spoken with smiles.
Wanting you to agree.
Needing you to want me, my milk, my love.
Wanting more than you can offer.
My head hangs low,
My breasts weep.
So close to being close.
So far from being reality.
I’ll bury my soul, again.
Waiting, if only, for one more night!
I do not own any rights to this gem, I found this on a site that no longer exists, and have no idea how to contact the original author. If you recognize the poem, feel free to share any information you have, I have no desire to steal credit.
My partner found this article particularly helpful in his quest for a better latch. The Art of the Latch MAY 4, 2014 / METROPOLITANMILKMAIDWhen reading posts in the ABF/ANR community or researching lactation, you’ll likely come across the word “latch” fairly often. Latch is the term used to describe the technique of sealing the lips… Continue reading The Art of the Latch
Keep Abreast And Check Yourself With Breast Cancer Mobile App. The good people over at Keep A Breast have created an app to help women remember to maintain a monthly self exam! With breast cancer and cancer in general in my family history, you can bet I’ll be using this app.
DewDrops by Anonymous (as found on Land of Milk and Honey) A typical day starts when one of us wakes up. If it’s me, I go back to sleep – but if it’s my husband, he wakes me up next. He usually does this by cuddling closer and swinging his arm between my breasts, or… Continue reading Dew Drops (an erotic short story)