They say human breast milk is good for you, but THIS is ridiculous!
In what looks to be a desperate cry for attention, a woman was handing out samples of her own breast milk at Nevada’s annual Burning Man Festival.
Miki Agrawal, the controversial co-founder of Thinx, a brand of women’s “period panties,” was decked out in a wild get up attached to her breasts that allowed her to dispense milk nature intended for her baby — yes, she has reproduced.
“I pumped my breasts every three hours at @burningman and gave away most of my milk,” Agrawal wrote in an Instagram post. “Some people downed a whole four ounces hoping for a hangover cure. Some wanted it for their coffee to make lattes.”
…which says all you need to know about who attends the Burning Man Festival.
Turns out, Agrawal not only allowed others to consume her milk, she sampled a little herself!
“So many were excited and curious to try it,” the caption continued. “I drank some too when I ran out of water, it tastes like sweet coconut milk!”
She rambled on about how “most people know very little about motherhood and birth and post birth,” and having recently given birth to a child, she acted as if this is a new experience to mankind, declaring this knowledge “needs to be mandatory learning for all humans.”
“Great parenting can change the world!” Agrawal concluded.
Here’s a quick sampling of what social media users thought of the stunt via Twitter:
are they sure it was breast milk? pic.twitter.com/qMpxBXYo0A
— mywangcancook (@xactoknife1) September 7, 2017
Oh my!! How edgy!! I bet they’ll be the talk of the town in Brooklyn next week! *rolls eyes*
— Tim Newman (@whitesundesert) September 7, 2017
Ewww And they made this into an article in the Washington post. ???
— Dori (@Bigwasp80) September 7, 2017
how dare you christina. you are so lactophobic.
— Ethan D.A. ? (@ethan_deeay) September 7, 2017
Breast milk is for infants. Millennials have been infantilized by the educational system. It makes a kind of sense.
— Tigerlore (@Tigerlore88) September 7, 2017
THC levels in that breast milk were probably off the charts lol
— A Peach (@WilsonJorja) September 7, 2017
Of course, Jeffrey St. Clair, editor of CounterPunch, won the internet for the day with the following jest:
I'm opposed to nuclear testing in Nevada (& anywhere else), but perhaps an exception could be made next year?https://t.co/EdK6lLXEjq
— Jeffrey St. Clair (@JSCCounterPunch) September 7, 2017
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