A new invention could allow men to grow breasts and milk their children- and it could hit the market in as little as five years.
The kit was designed by British designer Marie-Claire Springham, who wanted men to be able to breastfeed their kids if the mother was having trouble.
“I can’t see why couples wouldn’t use this,” she said. “It seems unusual but women have been using hormones to change their bodies since they developed the birth-control pill.”
If the mother is unable to produce milk, the male partner can use the “empathy tool” in conjunction with hormone therapy, which will give a man breasts that can get as big as a B-cup.
“Male lactation is clinically possible and provokes interesting questions about what parenthood means in the 21st century,” lactation consultant Katherine Fisher told Men’s Health.
The pumps would then stimulate the man’s nipples, allowing for breastfeeding.
Or, you know, there is always formula.
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