A mammary system is one that is capable of producing milk. Therefore a male human doesn't have a mammary system.
It's not a record by any means, but there are few that rise to your level of obvious, consistent, repeated and easily proveable idiocy.
[quote]All male and female mammals have mammary glands, which is the organ that produces milk. When mammary glands mature fully in females during puberty, they develop into a state where a hormonal spikemost notably of prolactincan easily induce lactation. For males, the gland generally doesn’t mature to that level.
So the difference is a matter of hormonal influence, first during puberty and then again after pregnancy. Men do have the necessary equipment, but usually they don’t naturally produce the necessary levels of hormones to use it. Provide the right hormones, though, and male lactation is absolutely possible.[/qs]
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