When China was promoting breastfeeding last year, I’m not sure this is exactly what they had in mind. Chinese police arrested 15 people over the weekend for their involvement in the sticky business of matching up adult male clients and milk-filled teats.
The operation brought together police forces from Beijing, Hebei, Hubei, and Jiangxi to break up two gangs that offered this illegal, but nutritious, specialty service on the web. Tencent reports that more than 200 people from across China paid to be breastfed.
Police had been clued in to the organizations by a Beijing News investigative report in June that revealed quite a bit of milky details about the websites and their clientele. One of the websites offered two levels of services: “pure” and “impure.” The first being just your standard, run-of-the-mill breastfeeding for a paltry 40,000 RMB a month, while the second denotes a “deeper level of service” (read: sex) for 50,000 RMB a month. Once you choose your plan you are free to browse the site and find the right “milk mama” for you.
The other website appears to cater more to the regular Joe erotic lactation fetishist. You just have to pay 60 RMB a week or 780 RMB a year for access to details about the website’s milk-givers. An undercover reporter arranged a breastfeeding session for 1,000 RMB. The new mother also offered sex for an additional 1,500 RMB. She said that clients often aren’t satisfied with just the milk.
Last year, very classy lady Mo Lulu, was paid 100,000 RMB by some dude for the privilege of sucking milk from her breasts at a private dinner. She hasn’t been arrested for that, or for anything else.
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by Alex Linder