Mum sells her excess breast milk online, suggesting that bodybuilders might want to purchase the liquid “because of how quickly you can bulk on it”.
The Sunshine Coast Daily reported that the anonymous mum, from Australia, placed an advert on Craigslist, because she had an “over-supply” of breast milk.
She wrote: “Just seeing if there is any interest in buying breast milk?,”
“I have an over-supply. And I’ve donated heaps.
“I know body-builders are supposed to go nuts for it because of how quickly you can bulk on it.
“Anything else you want to do with it is totally up to you.
“There are no other services offered!
“And sorry but no you can’t get it direct from the source!
“The milk will be delivered (or picked up) in 250ml bags.
“I was thinking twenty bucks per bag (enough for me to buy more bags).
“And if it’s of any interest, I am good looking, late 20’s, big boobs (at the moment anyway).
“Again, not sure if I’m selling yet but wanted to know if there would be a market. Thanks.”
Under Australian law it is actually illegal to buy or sell parts of the human body, including breast milk.
Is this sexualising breast feeding?
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