Post # 1
Darling Husband and I have this thing about women breastfeeding in public. I will Boyfriend or Best Friend my babies and am ALL for that. Just please not in public!! This hilarious article was my laugh for today.
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Post # 3
You do realise that the article you have linked to is written in support of women who choose to breastfeed in public, and it is written in order to ridicule people who oppose the practise (like you), don’t you?
Post # 4
Makes sense. Everyone knows that boobs are full of ghost demons that get released if they’re exposed to air. Women who breastfeed without a cover are endangering us all.
Post # 5
I breastfed my children and i didnt love doing it in public but believe me, tiny babies esp want fed when theyre hungry and they dont care where it is! Breasts are designed to feed babies and its a shame that society doesnt see that.
Post # 6
Here’s another piece I’ll bet you’d enjoy reading:
Be sure to let us know what you think.
Post # 7
- Wedding: February 2013 - Mansion House at the MD Zoo
That’s hysterical. Men should not be tempted by the succulent succulent breast.
Jabberwocky: I just snarfed at ‘ghost demons.’ My coworkers think I’m losing it.
Post # 8
Please tell me this is a joke.
I have and will continue to breastfeed in public if my child requires it. You and your husbands deranged view of the female anatomy will not deter me from doing so.
I am seriously hoping you lack the ability to communicate properly and that you meant something completely different with your post….
Post # 9
joleegirl: Um, what do you plan on doing with your hungry infants when you’re in public?
Post # 10
- Wedding: November 2011 - Florida Aquarium
…yeah, the article is hysterical for moms who have experienced the public breast feeding shaming– and have decided to give a big old f you to those shamers. Like me. When Dear Daughter when was super little, I did try all of those things, including the restroom nursing. When she hit four months, I realized that the whole world can see my boobs when I feed her and I don’t care. I don’t cover her head, and I don’t even do the under-the-shirt method. Boobies escape the nice v-neck exit, and she goes to numnum town. This happens whenever she’s hungry. Regardless of where we are.
Post # 11
joleegirl: You do realize this is satirical and meant to make fun of those who sexualize breastfeeding and claim it is inappropriate to do in public…right?
I’m not a mother yet, but when I am, if I need to breastfeed my kid in public, I’ll do it with or without a cover (it’s really my personal preference). The needs of my child will come above the opinions of someone else.
Post # 12
Wow. I didn’t expect this to blow up so much. I just got a good laugh at the sarcasm.
urchin: clearly I can’t communicate correctly. Did you read the article? It’s completely sarcastic. I would hope that you feed your baby when he/she is hungry and I don’t expect you or any mom to breastfeed your baby in a public restroom (ew!) However, I do think it’s appropriate to keep yourself somewhat covered, I’m just not a fan of people letting their boobs literally hang out..
rubysoho80: I agree.
Post # 13
joleegirl: ..even if somone doesn’t want to do so in a manner that you consider “descreetly” it is your option to not look.
Post # 15
While I am a breastfeeding mother (in public-gasp!), I am in no mood to argue with someone who is grossed out by something so natural, covered or uncovered. Let us know how perfectly you Boyfriend or Best Friend in public if and when you have kids someday.
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