And apparently the festival's characteristic open-mindedness applies to beverage choices too, because some recent Burning Man-goers drank breast milk in a variety of ways. Some wanted it for their coffee to make lattes. Time to change this!
So, when I heard there was some Internet uproar over images of a woman double pumping breast milk — and giving it away to festival goers who were using the breast milk to make lattes — I was not in the least bit surprised to learn that it was going down at Burning Man. Miki Agrawal, who many may know as the founder behind the brand Thinx, which makes reusable period panties for women, posted the much-talked-about images of herself on Instagram along with a lengthy caption. Some wanted it for their coffee to make lattes.
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The annual Burning Man gathering in Black Rock City, Nevada is full of strange and eccentric folk from all walks of life, but one woman in particular managed to make herself stand out as perhaps the wildest of all. Yes folks, you read that right. Every few hours Agrawal would pump her breasts and give out the milk to people at Burning Man
The Burning Man attendees were thrilled. A post shared by mikiagrawal mikiagrawal on Sep 5, at am PDT. Agrawal wore her breast pump and hands-free pumping bra around Burning Man last week and she gave most of the milk away to other Burning Man people.
Would you drink a fancy coffee drink with someone else's breast milk as an ingredient? That's what some Burning Man attendees did. Just when you thought the annual Burning Man arts and music festival in the Black Rock Desert in Nevada couldn't get any wilder, comes news that people willingly drank breast milk lattes served up by a lactating attendee named Miki Agrawal, the woman behind "Thinx" period panties.
Described as a ' temporary metropolis dedicated to communityart, self-expression, and self-reliance' on its website, thousands of people - including the likes of Cara Delevingne and Alessandra Ambrosio - gather each year in Nevada's Black Rock Desert to let loose surrounded by music and art. Ecstatic dance workshops, leather hip bags, feathers, and glitter are the norm. As Kevin KoChen, the festival's co-producer, recently told the Guardian the aim of the festival is to 'create a sense of playfulness, of awe and wonder' and, it's safe to say, Burning Man is pretty 'out there' when it comes to festivals.
From what I understand, Burning Man is a place where basically anything goes, and that seems to include drinking lattes made with breast milk from the teat of a cofounder of a Silicon Valley-backed start-up that makes period panties. According to a new Instagram post, Miki Agrawal, new mom to baby Hiro and co-founder of THINX, a company that makes leakproof underwear for menstruating humans who you might recognize because earlier this year, she was accused by employees of allegedly taking things " too far " in the officewent to Burning Man this year and brought along her breast pump. According to the very long caption accompanying a picture of her standing in the middle of the desert wearing a straw hat and a surprisingly chic millennial pink bandeau maternity top that's attached to an electric breast pump, Agrawal "pumped my breasts every three hours at burningman and gave away most of my milk. In the desert.
Controversial entrepreneur Miki Agrawal — founder of underwear company Thinx — made headlines this week for giving her breast milk to people at the Burning Man Festival. Now, in a new interview with the Washington Postshe has defended her actions. Agrawal should be free to pump whenever and wherever she wants.
There always seems to be the same old trope in a rom-com every few years. A mom pumps her breast milk, puts it in the fridge, and leaves the house — only to come back and discover that her husband or friend accidentally drank the breast milk while she was gone. But during this year's Burning Man, that classic joke became a reality. Believe it or not, a woman served breast milk lattes at Burning Man and people actually enjoyed them.