should women breast feed in public or go some where private? (Page 5)

DizzeeGirl
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shadows123
shadows123: yea
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Queenie The Poo
Queenie The Poo: Most women cover up, so I don't see it as a problem.
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shadows123
shadows123: yeah
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bahcatha returns
bahcatha returns: it is the fact that they do cover them up that bothers me, they should share the feast.
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Queenie The Poo
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geetha0006
geetha0006: though most women cover up, they stil feel shy to do in public...so it is bettr to hav privacy
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bahcatha returns
bahcatha returns: if you want privacy come to my place.
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Queenie The Poo
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christina46
christina46: I think it is an awesome thing for women to breast feed,but do think should use a blanket because of all the prevert's gives momma and baby privacy
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Queenie The Poo
Queenie The Poo: I agree, Christina!! It's freeing, it's beautiful, etc but sadly, there are perverts everywhere.
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deacon7771
deacon7771: I confess it, I am one of the perverts you gals are talking about. You may call me a pervert, but honestly, if it did not turn me on to see a pretty woman's breast, then I would have to be dead or so old I may as well be dead.
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Queenie The Poo
Queenie The Poo: Yeah, that's just creepy, deacon
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christina46
christina46: um not when a baby is being breast fed
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Nicotina
Nicotina: Breast feed anywhere, anytime. It's about the health and well being of a baby. For some reason the USA has a problem behaving like adults when it comes to the human body.
If some random person gets sexually excited by a baby being fed, it certainly isn't the problem of the mother or child.
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Queenie The Poo
Queenie The Poo: Very true, Nicotina. Unfortunately (here in Australia too) there are actually creepy people who watch
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jimeeze1
jimeeze1: I cant believe peeps are wasting their time debating on whether a tit is supposed to be exposed in public to breastfeed.... as long as the lady is modest in her approach to it we should allow her some privacy by not staring like a schoolboy!
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Nicotina
Nicotina: What is "immodest" about breastfeeding?
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angelindisguise73
angelindisguise73: well really a mother could be seen as being neglectful if she wasnt to offer her baby food when the child needed it due to public ignorance and the face she would be judged.. Seriously if adults are hungry we eat, a mother is just providing this care to the infant whom cant fend for themselves at this stage. Get over it its a pair of boobs for goodness sake and blokes dont mind perving on them when a child isnt being fed from them so if its done discretely and tastefully so be it. If you dont like it then dont look when a mother is feeding her child simple.
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blackph03nix
blackph03nix: I don't see why people have such a problem with mothers breast feeding in public. You see more exposure on the skank walk-in through town than you do the mother feeding her baby. I have never seen a mother that was breast feeding that didn't try to at least cover up as much as possible while feeding. But there are all these young girls walkin around with their asses hangin out of their shorts and nothing covering their breast and nobody says word about them. People need to get their priorities straight.
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Nicotina
Nicotina: Why should a mother "cover up"?
On a hot day, you try eating your lunch under a blanket.
Breasts are there primarily to provide nutrition to children. Now let's all behave like adults and put the health of the children 1st.
Breast feeding is a beautiful bonding experience between mother and child. If you see it as anything other than a child being nurtured it is you who has the problem.
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alexanderortizg
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DEEP dysphoria
DEEP dysphoria: public breast feeding is a matter of your surroundings, and should be up to the mothers discretion. and, not to be vulgar, but, ball scratching is also a matter of which appropriateness is related to the surroundings.

we all have biological needs, and they should not be confused with sexuality. as long as there is no issue of sanitation, biological functions are not something which should be hidden, except, for say, if you are standing before a judge, in church and/or so on... as stated in the premise, such matters are up to personal discretion, with consideration to the surroundings...
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DEEP dysphoria
DEEP dysphoria: as far as 'lets be adults", young men cant help but oogle, and this would be a situational concern...
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DEEP dysphoria
DEEP dysphoria: i dont agree with target's actions to confine breastfeeding to the unsanitary bathroom area; however, i also dont agree to the breast-out protest. i feel legal recourse regarding the sanitary concerns of eating in a bathroom should have been posed in a courtroom. the child does come first, and the mother should be granted the right to exercise discretion as she sees fit. a million boob march does prove a point, but a court hearing would make the same point, without being insensitive to the easily aroused or offended.

legally, western locales which have laws against bare breasts only require the nipple to be covered, as the infants mouth does. and, on the other side of the issue are teenage boys with raging testosterone levels and wandering eyes.

an adult mother can and should use discretion as she deems appropriate.

businesses, also, should be allowed to enact "no shirt, no service" policies, as well, per owners discretion; however a bathroom or diaper changing room is not a sanitary place in which to eat. if a business wishes to confine breastfeeding to a private area, it should be sanitary and appropriate for feeding, and not sharing a double use as a bathroom or diaper changing area.
(Edited by DEEP dysphoria)
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