M.I.L.F.: Flattering or Degrading?

This could be called the “lost tape of Momversation”.  We shot it years ago.  I was about to give birth to Rex or recently had.  I was still in my big, old house and I was a tad heavier. Natch.  Our producer at the time was, still my good friend, Rob Morhaim. I tend to think of Momversation’s as the not as funny, more successful spin off of cool mom, but in this case I was able to have some fun with it.

This vid was shelved for a while.. think it might have too saucy.  But, now it is here and I am glad it was rescued from the vault.

How would you feel if someone called you a MILF?

8 thoughts on “M.I.L.F.: Flattering or Degrading?

  1. That site looks amazing these days, very creative!!! I’ll never forget your stance on circumcision, it brought a real well of compassion up in me. Love your costumes!

  2. I am so happy I found this on Mommy Blogs. I loved the video, I needed the laugh. :) too cute. I would have to say I do not like being called a “Milf” seriously…like said in the tape “why does it have to be a mom” why can’t I just all around look good. Just because I am a mom doesn’t mean that I am not cute… right? Did the cuteness just leave once I tried pushing out a baby through my who ha? haha!

  3. Yeah, I agree with Mom #1. The acronym MILF implies that Moms in general are not a species you would normally LF and is therefore demeaning to M’s.
    Being an M myself, I like to think that, post-childbirth, M’s become even more, um, ILF-ish..
    But maybe I’m delusional…

  4. Ok, here’s my MILF story.
    Back story: I am 26 and work as a counselor, traveling to various high schools in my area, I work only with the pregnant or parenting teens. None of the other kids in the school know who I am (I’m talking large high schools here, inner city, etc).
    I was walking down the hall last school year, and one of the kids called me a MILF. At first I was flattered, but then I thought… wait a minute, how does he know I have a child?!? How does he know I’m a mom? I’m only 26! Do I look like a mom? Am I rocking the mom jeans? (Cue panic music). I instantly went from being flattered at the thought of being attractive to really struggling with what my identity is and how I identify myself.
    I was flattered at being thought attractive (my daughter was about 6 months old at the time, so I was still trying to lose baby weight, etc) but the thought of being called a mom sans my daughter being with me caught me off guard….

  5. MILF? as in, Moms I’d like to friend?

    Absolutely, I’m your gal.

    Come on over…

    I think your blog is the bomb diggety of them all, Daphne.

    I love coming here.

    I always leave with a smile and in a better mood.

    Thank you.

  6. Well, I think there is a deep madonna whore thing that runs in society so a MILF upends that to a degree. Frankly, I’m not as randy or sending out the phermones like days of your, so I get it.

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