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Mar 15 2019

Device Allows Fathers to Breastfeed

Modern technology will be used to facilitate any manifestation of depravity, no matter how grotesque or even horrific, so long as it is compliant with the liberal agenda. Now Papa can breastfeed too:

Dentsu debuted its father’s nursing assistant in Austin, Texas at the South by Southwest (SXSW) festival.

This moonbatfest was the perfect place.

According to Dentsu, the father’s nursing assistant is a wearable device that resembles a woman’s breasts and is equipped with a tank for milk or formula and a nipple.

It isn’t just about perverted dads who want to pretend to be moms. It’s about equality. Says Dentsu,

“Focusing on breastfeeding, we aim to decrease the amount of burden on mothers and increase the amount of time infants sleep by enabling fathers to breastfeed.”

Coming soon: the Dentsu strap-on polyethylene sperm-depositor. Why should men have all the fun?

At least Dentsu’s approach is less horrific than last year’s innovation, a chest-feeding kit that won the Meaning-Centred Design Awards grand prize:

The kit allows fathers to breastfeed by having them take a daily progestin pill once they learn their partner is pregnant and then six weeks before the baby is due they would begin taking domperidone. These two hormones would stimulate milk production in male fathers.

Doctor Moreau was asked for comment, but he was too busy hurling to weigh in.

On a tip from Varla.

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