If trans males desire to chest-feed their children, they should be encouraged to do so.

The Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (RCOG) has released a new draught recommendation that trans males should be encouraged to Chest-feed their children.

It suggests changes to cancer screening, childbirth, and fertility treatment.

According to the guidelines, trans women should be admitted to female wards.

Chest feeding is physically identical to nursing.

The body produces milk in response to hormones, which then passes through glands and ducts before arriving at the nipple to feed a baby.

Chest-feeding is practised by people who have just given birth but do not identify as women.

They could be transgender people who were designated female at birth but now identify as men, or non-binary people.

People who identify as female may prefer "chestfeeding" due to physical or emotional trauma associated with their breasts.

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