Breastfeeding is one of the most natural things in the world. Breastfeeding is also beneficial for moms and has the potential to reduce the risk of them developing breast and ovarian cancer, osteoporosis, cardiovascular disease, and obesity. So, with so many potential advantages, it's no wonder it's often said that "breast is best. However, because society has sexualized breasts, many women are pressured into covering up in public - an act which could make it difficult to for them to feed their children, something which, as I'm sure you'll agree, is a basic human right. Credit: Romanova Anna. Thankfully, moms are now fighting back against the sexualization of breasts and choosing to feed their children in public - and I'm all for it.
Furious mum SQUIRTS a woman with breastmilk after row about breastfeeding in park!
Breastfeeding Mom Squirts Milk at Woman Who Asked Her to Move | Fatherly
But she didn't get much sympathy from other parents who labelled her 'pathetic' and 'insecure'. The post has now been shared thousands of times, with Facebook users horrified at the attack on the breastfeeding mum. Another commented, 'Pathetic. I think you're probably more angry at your husband for being 'distracted' by her than you are at any one else.
Mum Squirts Breast Milk At Woman Who Complains About Her Breastfeeding In Park
Both breastfeeding and bottle-feeding are perfectly acceptable and are a huge part of the mother-baby bonding process. In addition to this, they're perfectly legal - so breastfeeding mothers are at liberty to feed their babies wherever they want, whenever they want. However, for some reason, there still seems to be a stigma attached to public breastfeeding - even in this day and age.
Despite breastfeeding a baby being the most natural thing in the world, loads of new mamas are still made to feel ashamed for nursing their babies when in public. While you would hope that this ignorance had changed by now, people definitely still have this attitude, as displayed by this one woman who complained about a breastfeeding mother in a park. If the anonymous woman was hoping for some support after complaining about someone feeding their baby, then she was wrong. Social media quickly blazed with fuming comments, and one person slammed: "You should be ashamed of yourself! It's hard enough to breast feed a baby let alone be judged for it in public!