Milking women for cattles

milking a lady
I don’t drink milk. It grosses me out. I do care about that fact that we inject hormones and inseminate cows to stimulate their milk production (lactation), but that’s just one of the many reasons why I don’t drink milk. It’s way more than whether it’s organic or not.

In fact, whether it’s cow’s milk, goats or sheep’s, milk just grosses me out.

Imagine women are being milked, and then their milk is used to feed cattle. Does this picture seem weird to you? Why is it okay for us (humans, being a different species), milking other species (cows, for example) and drinking their mammary secretion, but not the other way around? Cows don’t secrete milk for other species’ consumption, do they? Do we really need the antibodies from cows?

I think if we ‘have’ to drink milk, we should drink human’s milk.

Oh, but then again, humans are the only mammals that consume milk after infant stage… why do we drink milk?

Let’s add more this picture: injecting hormones to women, inseminating women to make them constantly produce milk in high quantity, and maybe attaching mechanical pump to their breasts. Do you want to drink some human’s milk, cattle?

For communities or eras that do not have enough food supply, I could understand why they would resort to drinking milk. And I have no problem with that. But for those of us who live with an abundance of food resources and nutrition, do we really need to drink milk?

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29 Responses to “Milking women for cattles”

  1. Goku Says:

    This is a bit freaky the pic but it’s funny, and i agree with ya on milk but u have to drink milk it just has to be trusted if u don’t drink milk u won’t have bones

  2. Joe Says:

    Well, I don’t believe in milk. Cheese is nice, though.

    And that picture is sexy in ways I can’t quite describe. Unless it’s just because I’m perverted. Which, in retrospect, is entirely plausible.

  3. lalala Says:

    All women should have 4 breasts..

  4. Eric Rhodes Says:

    I will answer your rhetorical question: yes, cows do create milk for other species. They were specially domesticated for human use. Humans are not domesticated, therefore our milk is not suited for other species.

  5. David Says:

    Well, as to your main question “why do we have to drink milk” the answer is, we don’t. no one ever said that if you don’t drink it you’ll die. humans survived well enough to become the dominant species on the planet long before doctors said we SHOULD drink milk. and of course the obvious reason they say that we SHOULD (notice, not HAVE) to drink milk is make us live longer. not live, but live longer.

    yet at the same…. everynow and then i’ll be drinking a glass of milk at the dinner table and briefly think of what i’m ACTUALLY drinking and think “crap… wtf am i doing… EW”

  6. calcium from other sources than dairy Says:

    I have to say I’m absolutely surprised to read some of these comments. Do people actually believe that milk will make you live longer or the only way to build strong bones?

    This is so dang silly but then again if you have grown up on ads sponsored by the dairy industry then it makes sense. There are many sources of calcium out there including lots of vegetables.

    If anyone really wants to LEARN about the research and not just be “sold” on milk and dairy products then just check this out:

    “For individuals who are unable to digest – or who dislike – dairy products and for those who simply prefer not to consume large amounts of such foods, other options are available. Calcium can also be found in dark green leafy vegetables, such as kale and collard greens, and in dried beans and legumes.

    Calcium is also found in spinach and chard, but these vegetables contain oxalic acid, which combines with the calcium to form calcium oxalate, a chemical salt that makes the calcium less available to the body. A variety of calcium-fortified foods, such as orange juice, are now on the market.”

    – Source

  7. calcium from other sources than dairy Says:

    I forgot to point out this great video which documents how leafy green vegetables and chick peas and many other foods are great sources of calcium and Milk is not a good source because of all the problems with it and health risks

  8. Jamie Says:

    “I think if we ‘have’ to drink milk, we should drink human’s milk.” “injecting hormones to women, inseminating women to make them constantly produce milk in high quantity, and maybe attaching mechanical pump to their breasts. Do you want to drink some human’s milk, cattle?” I strongly agree to these remarks. It is high time we all do just that.

  9. micky Says:

    Jamie you are so right! I have been saying this for years. When you think of what we’re actually doing when we drink the actual excretions of another mammals body it’s not only downright weird it’s also againt what basically every other mammal does. Of course the dairy industry doesn’t want you to know this so they keep feeding you lies that milk is the best source of the nutrients when it’s not true. They also pump up the milk with all sorts of other nutrients such as vitamin D which helps absorb calcium. I say just go outside and get the best source of vit. D SUNLIGHT!

  10. Marianne Says:

    I haven’t drank milk in years. I have nothing against it, it’s just that I stopped drinking it for so long that I became lactose intolerant. What I wouldn’t give for a nice bowl of cereal right about now. It’s true what that other person said, I love cheese and butter. It’s so odd too cause cheese and butter have no affect on me. Milk on the other hand….I can spend a day in the bathroom with one glass.

    Being that I’m whiter than sour cream, I hate the sun. So to hell with the people that think that the sun is the solution to all this, they’re idiots. What works for some people doesn’t work for all. It’s so silly how people acually think cows and other mammals will gain an instant intelligence and start a human milking factory. Animals are just that…animals. They don’t need vitamins and nutrients like humans do. I’m not a farmer and I didn’t take Ag college courses, but it seems to me that cows can live on grass and water and live a nice life. We people can’t live like that…..well….I suppose some anti food nazi will say different.

  11. Ben Says:

    Rarely drink milk. However, eat many different types of cheeses, also ice cream. I have no problem with stocking dairies with busty women, however, the law might.

  12. hahaha Says:

    i like women milk. they are tasty and good. ver nuitritios. someday. dairy farm will be full of women being milked.

  13. Jimmy Says:

    I like how marianne put it. Animals are just that… animals. They have different needs than humans. Many people are so against commercial farming without understanding why the industry is the way it is. So a farm is not like the idyllic little cartoon farm you see in Disney movies. It is also not the cruel and inhumane slauter pits that some activist groups make it out to be. I challenge all people who have a problem with commercial farming to at least go out to the country and if not talk to a farmer, just look around and not do a quick walk through looking for everything that’s wrong, but take in the whole perspective. I am not saying the commercial farming practices today are perfect, but so many people just jump to conclusions without evidence. Farming is a business just like any other business. That is why farmers uses such practices to produce so much, its what the people wanted.

  14. senodeleche Says:

    I agree, I only let my husband drink my milk.

  15. Hell yeah Says:

    Yeah, we could inject ‘em full of hormones, begin inseminating them and begin pumping the milk out of the cattle. Women everywhere would become the sole provider of milk for the human race, and also be forced to birth our children.

    Maybe even begin buying and selling groups of cattle, a worldwide female slave trade…

  16. goda Says:

    Reaky i like this cow

  17. Waha Says:

    worldwide female slave trade…
    there already is that unfortunately. it is nothing to do with breast milk tho :(

    We should be farming women’s boobs :D
    It would create jobs, and then we can bottle it.

  18. ok Says:

    milk is disgusting. The pasteurization process alone ruins the once nutritious enzymes and turns them into stomache irritants and carcinogens. The hormones produced from petro waste and engineered bacteria are also a turnoff. The cows are also incubators for new, antibiotic resistant bacteria and viruses. Drinking their milk or eating their meat also means ingestion of medication, stress hormones from the abused animal, and feces. The fecal matter is most prevalent in industrial meat which undergoes over 40 ammonia baths and remains 10 times more toxic than naturally slaughtered animals whose meat has been left sitting for hours. Do NOT ingest dairy/meat unless it comes fresh from the teat of the free range, grass fed cow or if the meat is from a small-scale organic farmer’s lot. Humans aren’t event meant to consume large portions of meat or milk. It should account for no more than 20% of your diet. As for calcium, how does the cow get its calcium? All plants contain at least trace amounts of calcium and supplements work just as well if not better than industrial milk. Stick to almond milk(soy has a toxic kind of estrogen that causes male breasts and breast cancer in men and women) and poultry and eat beef only on rare occasion.

  19. There you go. Says:

    ok hit the nail on the head. its about being smart about what your eating. not necessarily about being for or against animal rights. i grew up on a small farm and drank fresh milk from cows and goats. we made cheeses and ate fresh slaughtered meat from local stock. we ate vegetables and fruits grown locally but not necessarily organically. don’t get me started on organic farming. just because its organic doesn’t make it safe. i’ve seen some of that production and its just as scary as the worst of them. restrict herbicides from plants and guess what? they begin to create their own again. the same ones some organic farmers say are harmful. do the research and make your own judgments. anyway, just be smart. go buy locally. look for heirloom vegetable farmers, range fed meat farmers. sure its not as convenient, but its better for you. meat, veggies and all.

  20. marcus_arelius Says:

    women should be mens cattle to be farmed and fucked no need to inseminate them just shackle them in their stalls on all fours and let the population come in to have sex with the milk bearing beast. There are many cows out there that should be on a farm. They would be a blessing to society serving men the way they are made to give milk and fuck.

  21. marcus_arelius Says:

    women are made for milking . women sell sex they should sell their milk. People should be able to go to the store pick out a cow and drink from her breast.

  22. TWeezy Says:

    I think you’re all crazy. There’s absolutely nothing wrong with milk–cows’ or humans’. Although, to be fair, you can’t make cheese with human milk. Seriously, though, I see nothing wrong with drinking cows’ milk. Hell, we eat and drink far stranger things than that. Take eggs, for example. When you eat eggs, you’re literally eating a chicken’s reproductive cell. Imagine having a couple of sperm cells for breakfast. Caviar is another example of people eating the actual reproductive cells of other species. And when you have mushrooms on your pizza, you’re eating a freak of nature. Mushrooms double in size every 10 hours while growing, they don’t stop growing when you pick them, and they have no seeds. They have spores, which infect the seeds of plants and genetically alter them to cause them to produce mushrooms instead of the plants it should be producing (usually grain). So quit complaining about cows’ milk and get over your breast milk fetish (or at least don’t try to project it onto others).

  23. A milk lover Says:

    Most anthropologists believe that it was common for people even as adults to drink human milk. There is also documentable evidence for this. Only under Victorian mores did this become unacceptable.

    While not Christian, I find it worthwhile to know the Bible better than the folk around me for self-defense purposes. It is specifically noted in two places in the Old Testament that women providing milk is a gift of God. It may also be noted that women can be induced to lactate without being pregnant.

    You can look them up. Even children carrying their Bibles to Sunday School have these in them, though no self-respecting Sunday School teacher would ever bring them to children’s attention, and the Bible is normally considered “suitable for children.” You also won’t find a self-respecting Fundamentalist preacher expounding on the virtues represented by these two verses in church. But they are there.

    Isaiah 66:11: “That ye may suck, and be satisfied with the breasts of her consolations; that ye may milk out, and be delighted with the abundance of her glory.”

    Proverbs 5:18 & 19: “Let thy fountain be blessed; and rejoice with the wife of thy youth. Let her be as the loving hind and the pleasent roe; let her breasts satisfy thee at all times; and be thou ravisthed always with her love.”

  24. A milk lover Says:

    And yes you can make cheese from human milk, responding to TWeezy. Why not? It is just not done. That does not mean it can’t be done.

  25. lvntmp Says:

    NEver mind that.

    Milk is part of human survival. You dim wit !

    Female breasts are sexy , because they have a purpose. To feed us and sustain us!

    So, plz silence, with all ur nonsense…

    Milk is good, milk is sexy, milk is great!

  26. cheese from humans Says:

    Yes it’s true there IS such a thing as cheese from humans:

    Chef Daniel Angerer is letting diners at Klee Brasserie munch on cheese made from his wife’s breast milk. “It tastes like cow’s-milk cheese, kind of sweet,” he told The Post.

    Read more:

  27. Danny Says:

    I think the photo is sexy as hell !!! Whish I could meet a woman like this one. Fresh milk for coffee every day and warm milk to help at night to go to sleep.

  28. Billie Says:

    I see no problem with milking cows or women. If a lady produces enough milk why not take it and enjoy it. It is a food and I recommend it. I love breast feeding and revel in the taste of a lady’s warm sweet milk. More please, forever

  29. Billie Says:

    I see no problem with milking cows or women. If a lady produces enough milk why not take it and enjoy it. It is a food and I recommend it. More please, forever

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