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Video: Human Breast Milk Repulses the Cast of Friends

October 9, 2014 by Leave a Comment


Opinion

Each day, hundreds of millions, if not billions, of adults around the world consume food and beverages that are made from cows’ milk, and they don’t give it a second thought. But if you were to ask these dairy consumers how they feel about drinking human breast milk, the majority would probably express disgust about the idea. That reaction was played out in an episode of Friends, where Phoebe tastes the breast milk of Ross’ ex-wife.

Humans been so brainwashed by the dairy industry that we actually believe that drinking human milk, which is intended for humans, is revolting and borderline immoral while consuming cow’s milk, which is designed for calves, is not only normal but appealing.

Cast of Friends Recoils in Disgust as Phoebe Tastes Breast Milk

Cast of Friends Recoils in Disgust as Phoebe Tastes Breast Milk

The dairy industry has also brainwashed us into thinkng that adults should consume milk products. But milk is a drink specifically designed for infants. That is why human and cow mothers stop producing it when their babies stop nursing. And that is also why female cows have to be impregnated over and over in order to continue producing milk for humans.

If human adults want to consume animal-based milk, then we should take it from other humans, not from cows who wail in despair when their babies are kidnapped from them at birth so that we can drink their milk. Or, better yet, buy healthy and delicious plant-based milk products.

plant-based-milks

Say no to udder milk; say yes to other milk.



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  1. Elizabeth Hemmerdinger says:

    Love the Friends stuff – and always love seeing Jessica Hecht’s timing. OXE

  2. Bonnie says:

    Recently I attended a focus group for a dairy product, and we looked at advertising claims made by a company about their product. More than half of the people in the group didn’t want the words “dairy farmer” in the ad because they felt it brought up images of horrible factory farms and animal abuse. They said they ate dairy, but they tried not to think about it because they know it’s horrible, so by omitting that phrase they could eat the dairy with a clean conscience. I thought that was hysterical and sadly indicative of most people today.

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