Transgender ‘mother’ announces he took hormones to create milk-like substance from his nipples that he plans to feed to his baby

"I've actually already successfully induced lactation. Like, I can actually make milk now."

Libby Emmons Brooklyn NY

"Cow achievement," announced a man with curly purple hair gleefully on TikTok. He could hardly contain his enthusiasm over the results of a new treatment that induced his male breasts to produce a substance vaguely resembling breast milk.

"Trans women can indeed lactate," the man claims, smoothing his multi-colored magenta bangs, "you would follow the Newman Goldfarb protocol."

That is a method to help women lactate and was developed in 2020.

"A medical protocol designed to help women induce lactation if they were not, like, getting pregnant themselves," he says.

"I'm gonna be a mother!" He announces, "that's in the works, in the process, and part of that process is that I am working to induce lactation so that I am able to breastfeed our youngest child.

"Yeah! Actual 'mommy Naomi,'" says the TikToker who goes by nominal.naomi, and tagged the post #transjoy. "I've actually already successfully induced lactation. Like, I can actually make milk now."

Whatever nominal.naomi is secreting from his male breasts, however, is not mother's milk. There is no evidence to suggest that males who ingest estradiol, progesterone, spironolactone, and domperidone, which is not on the market in the US, produce the nutrient-rich nourishment provided by actual women who actually mother and nurse their young.

"Um, which has been a very interesting and very cool experience. It's like very biologically affirming, too," he giggles, "which is something that's like gatekept from trans women, like so, so difficult."

Nominal.naomi appears to believe that women are keeping motherhood from trans women by possessing natural breasts that naturally produce milk upon the conception, gestation and birth of our young.

But nominal.naomi has other interests, as well, including "weird sex stuff," and keeping telling women about their "cis privilege."

"I am a freedom-loving American," nominal.naomi quips in another TikTok, a response to Daily Wire's Michael Knowles, "and if I want to do weird sex stuff, who are you to take my freedom to life, liberty and the pursuit of high-speed rail away from me?"

"Who wants to live in a country where you're not allowed to do weird sex stuff?"

"What kind of American would be like 'anal sex makes me uncomfortable, therefore I don't think any American should be allowed to have anal sex.' I mean come on, what is wrong with you?" he continues. "It is somebody's American freedom to get railed in the ass if they want to."

Many expectant mothers all across America likely missed the section in "What to Expect When You're Expecting" about the priority of making sure they can "get railed in the ass" as part of their constitutionally protected rights as a woman, a mother and an American.

But real women are of little concern or consequence to nominal.naomi, who takes issue with them for what he calls their "cis privilege." In another clip, he can be heard arguing with a woman over just who has it worse in the US, women or men who play-act as women as a means of fulfilling sexual fetishes.

"You don't think there's any privilege in being cis gender?" He asks the caller, who sounds absolutely exasperated.

"What would the privilege of being cisgender be?" The woman asks incredulously. 

He deflects. "You made the claim that I can't know what it feels like for you to be afraid of men," he says, "you did make that claim–"

"No you can't!" The woman says with authority. "You can't, you can't fully understand, you haven't lived, you don't have the female experience, you don't. You will never know what it's like to fully be a woman, you will never know, 'cause you're not.

Nominal.naomi counters that trans women are at greater risk of "predatory men" who "see me as a woman, and if they find out I'm trans," he says, "they're probably going to treat me worse than a cis woman because I'm a trans woman, that's the reality of the situation."

He also takes aim at the idea that he had "male privilege," which is what, in progressive terminology, puts someone at the bottom of the oppression hierarchy and therefore unable to claim any benefit of victimization.

"You also brought up the idea of like male privilege," nominal.naomi tells the woman, "your concerns about privilege are just completely disingenuous. All of this time, you are trying to call me out for possessing male privilege in the past, which is something that I recognize, which is something that I no longer possess, while you yourself, still having a cisgender privilege, which you carry with you every day."

"That's ridiculous," the woman says. 

To nominal.naomi, it is a privilege to realize that there are biological limitations to one's body, when in fact, determining that he is not limited by reality, but can achieve fantastical heights, is the greater, and more delusional privilege.

Of course, it is the ultimate in "male privilege" to assume that you can be female, can take the place of a natural mother by ingesting drugs to induce "lactation," can feed a baby the fake, drug-induced "milk" from your body, all because you wish it, and to further claim that it is society, and not biology, that is keeping you from living out this fetish for all the world to see.


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