(NaturalNews) In an action that's sure to incite sharp discussion over the rights of same-sex parents versus government intervention, Lady Gaga has reportedly called for the U.S. government to block same-sex dads from feeding infant formula to their adopted babies. "Breastfeeding mandates" will be called for, and those who do not comply will be fined by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS). Natural News has been told the source for all this will be revealed in 24 hours.
We're not yet sure why Lady Gaga would single out same-sex dads versus same sex moms, as it is the moms who actually have breasts, of course. Dads don't have breasts unless they use strap-on breasts that are filled with milk from other moms who pump their breastmilk and sell it (or give it) to them. Unless, of course, the dads are trans-gender gay male dads who used to be women and therefore still have their breast function intact, but such individuals are not very common, even in the LGBT community. The practice of selling breast milk, by the way, is currently banned by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration which has also declared war on raw cow's milk.
Lady Gaga's announcement is sure to incite some level of confusion among fans and critics alike. It's also not clear what the issue of infant formula has to do with same-sex marriage, if anything. Gaga, who recently sang the national anthem but changed the last line to, "and the home of the GAY," appears to be heavily emphasizing all things gay, including same-sex marriage and now same-sex breastfeeding. There is speculation that she may be planning to open a nationwide chain of same-sex restaurants where heterosexual couples will not be allowed.
What's likely to emerge from this discussion on gay dads breastfeeding their children is an expanded English language vocabulary that honors the civil rights of same-sex dads with a term such as "chestfeeding" or "man milking" or even "metromilking."
Infant formula manufacturers will no doubt be outraged at Lady Gaga for suggesting that their products aren't good enough to be fed to children. But any attempt by infant formula companies to criticize Lady Gaga over the announcement will likely be met with accusations of "gay bashing" on the part of the food companies, as Lady Gaga is gay. Any criticism of a person who is gay is widely considered "gay bashing," regardless of the nature or focus of the criticism.
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