Apparently, British Science Now Has Men Making Nutrient Dense Breast Milk

Pavel Ilyukhin /
Pavel Ilyukhin /

In a recent press release, the British government health agency declared that “trans-women,” aka biological males, can produce breast milk just as healthy as milk from real women. In the article, the Telegraph said, “In a letter to campaigners, the University of Sussex Hospitals NHS Trust (USHT) said that the milk produced by trans women after taking a combination of drugs is ‘comparable to that produced following the birth of a baby.’”

Health officials from the U.K.’s National Health Service argued in the letter that “there is clear and overwhelming evidence that human milk is the ideal food for infants.” Referencing both milk produced by women and men on artificial drugs to produce milk, they hold on to the idea that this is safe for babies.

Nowhere in the article did they discuss any research about the long-term impacts on a child from going through this kind of feeding. From the drugs needed to develop the breast tissue in the first place to the drugs then required to start producing milk, there is a significant risk that they could be passed on through the milk produced.

As we have seen with real women, things like caffeine, alcohol, nicotine, and hard drugs like cocaine and heroin can be passed on via breastfeeding. It seems more than logical to suspect these drugs could be as well.

Beyond this concern is the worry about the psychological impacts this could produce. As it is, kids of non-traditional families already have a harder time in school and can face more adversity in life for this upbringing. Adding in the idea of learning that you were fed from the breast of someone incapable of giving birth to you would likely be a huge psychological shock to any kid.

Horrific science experiments like this are the reason aliens don’t talk to us.