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Organic Mother's Milk

qhml22

I was in WalMart the other day to pick up some Earl Grey tea, my favorite, and as I was looking at the different brands I noticed a box labeled "Organic Mother's Milk". Once I got over the strangeness of the fact that it was even there, I got to wondering. How is it organic, exactly? Did the mothers graze in pesticide free pastures?

All right, all you fetish writers, you know there's a story in there somewhere. Off you go.

Just another musing from a fat old man,

Q

JohnBobMead

@qhml22

_Not_ my fetish, by a long shot, but the authors and readers who are into "Human breeding farms" would have a field day with this one!

REP

@qhml22

Was it Organic Mother's Milk flavored tea? Did they also have Regular Mother's Milk? :)

Ross at Play

I would be totally grossed out if I saw a box labelled "organic mothers' milk", but not so much with the actual label, "organic Mother's Milk".
In Indonesia they sell "semen" in bags of about 50Kg.

awnlee jawking

@qhml22

How is it organic, exactly? Did the mothers graze in pesticide free pastures?


I would imagine the mothers who were milked had to stay off chemicals that could transfer into their breast milk, such as antibiotics.

Human milk is obviously better for babies than cow's milk. This would seem to be a step further than employing a wet nurse. However there's also a growing trend for adults to consume human milk, claiming it has the same advantages over cow's milk as it does for adults.

Was the milk 'raw', pasteurised or UHT-treated?

AJ

Wheezer
Updated:

The clue is where qhml22 was when he saw this.
Organic Mother's Milk® is an herbal tea that claims to promote healthy lactation. Still, there's a multitude of possible stories here. Maybe 14 or 15 yr old cheerleader gets into her mom's herbal tea and starts lactating at a most inopportune moment at school. Of course, BF/Dad/brother, or whoever, has to keep her milked so she does not start spurting milk like a pair of fountains...

Replies:   awnlee jawking
sunkuwan

Of course, it is a medical condition. She is also allergic to plastic and metal on her breasts, so it must all be natural.

awnlee jawking

@Wheezer

Organic Mother's Milk® is an herbal tea that claims to promote healthy lactation.


Spoilsport :(

Allegedly human milk can be bought over the internet, so it's not so far-fetched that it might one day be sold in stores.

AJ

Replies:   Dominions Son
Dominions Son

@awnlee jawking

Allegedly human milk can be bought over the internet


It's actually legal to sell human milk in the US.

It's mostly sold to mother's who want to breast feed but don't produce enough milk for themselves, a sort of long distance wet-nurse arrangement.

It isn't likely that human breast milk will show up on store shelves any time soon.

The problem is that there really is no way to legally produce it in large enough quantities for commercial retail sales at a cost competitive with cow's milk.

Replies:   Joe Long  awnlee jawking
Joe Long

@Dominions Son

The problem is that there really is no way to legally produce it in large enough quantities for commercial retail sales at a cost competitive with cow's milk.


Just have them hooked up to the milking machine 8 hours a day.

PS reminds me of a weird dream I had last night. I rarely have sexual dreams, but in this one a lady came on to me and offered her breasts for me to suckle - turned out both her nipples were pierced, and I gagged on the large piece of metal. I was trying to offer her something unpierced to suck on when the night came to a premature end.

Replies:   Dominions Son  Wheezer
awnlee jawking

@Dominions Son

The problem is that there really is no way to legally produce it in large enough quantities for commercial retail sales at a cost competitive with cow's milk.


I don't see price as an issue for a premium product. And availability hasn't stopped suppliers in the past - cf Extra Virgin Olive Oil or Manuka Honey - the quantities on supermarket shelves far surpass the quantities actually produced :(

AJ

Replies:   Joe Long
Joe Long

@awnlee jawking

cf Extra Virgin Olive Oil or Manuka Honey - the quantities on supermarket shelves far surpass the quantities actually produced :(


I get your joke!

Dominions Son

@Joe Long

Just have them hooked up to the milking machine 8 hours a day.


And you are going to get women to sign up for this for minimum wage, how?

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sunkuwan

He didn't say they were going to be paid

Replies:   Dominions Son
Joe Long

@Dominions Son

And you are going to get women to sign up for this for minimum wage, how?


On commission.

Replies:   Dominions Son
Dominions Son

@sunkuwan

He didn't say they were going to be paid


Which wouldn't be legal.

Dominions Son

@Joe Long

On commission.


Might be easier to sell it as a breast enlargement procedure. :)

Wheezer

@Joe Long

Just have them hooked up to the milking machine 8 hours a day.

I once read a rather disturbing story about a future dystopian society where there was a cultural split and humans were used and bred as cattle. IIRC, is was in an anthology collection of short stories. It's been over 20 years since I read it and I can't remember title, author, or the collection name. I remember that newborn "cattle" had their hands bound so that their thumbs atrophied and were placed in isolation chambers right after birth to arrest mental development and prevent them from talking.

AmigaClone

@Wheezer

I once read a rather disturbing story about a future dystopian society where there was a cultural split and humans were used and bred as cattle


"The Time Machine" by H. G. Wells contains one example of that idea.

Replies:   Wheezer
Wheezer

@AmigaClone

"The Time Machine" by H. G. Wells contains one example of that idea.

This modern short story was different in that humanity had not evolved into two separate species - no Eloi & Morlocks. Both were fully human at birth and the "cattle" were physically mutilated. I recall that babies tongues were cut to prevent speech. In the story, "cattle" were treated as a separate species, even though they were not.

Replies:   Ross at Play  Capt. Zapp
Ross at Play

@Wheezer

FYI, there is a Lost Stories forum. Different readers may go there, so try opening a new thread there too.

Replies:   Wheezer
Capt. Zapp

@Wheezer

Both were fully human at birth and the "cattle" were physically mutilated.


Sounds like Dolcette stories.

Wheezer

@Ross at Play

FYI, there is a Lost Stories forum. Different readers may go there, so try opening a new thread there too

I'm not really looking for it. I brought it up as we were discussing the "Organic Mother's Milk" leading to story ideas.

helmut_meukel

@Wheezer

It's been over 20 years since I read it and I can't remember title, author, or the collection name.


I remember the story, but it's at least 40 years old.
The MC was as scout on this world and was attracted to one of the "cows". He didn't realize how generations of selective breeding and mutilation of thumbs and tongue had changed the "cows" behaviour. He finally realized there was no spark of humanity or intelligence in this "cow" that could be kindled into a flame.

Sorry, don't remember title or author.

HM.

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