Breastfeeding Mother Squirts Milk At Woman Who Asked Her To Move
If you’re a breastfeeding mother you are perfectly within your rights to feed your baby whenever and wherever you choose.
some mothers choose to breastfeed, others choose to bottle-feed. Either way, they are both perfectly acceptable ways of feeding your baby, unless you want to bottle-feed in this restaurant. Feeding your baby is a huge part of bonding, and you should never feel shamed by however you decide to feed your baby. But for some reason, there is still a massive stigma against women who choose to breastfeed, especially in public places.
Aside from the fact that breastfeeding is one of the most natural ways a mother can feed her child, people will still stare in disapproval in public and even find it acceptable to do so, or in this case, file an anonymous complaint via a public Facebook page, as one person did following an incident at a park in England involving a breastfeeding mother.
The post read “To the lady in Dartford park who thought it was appropriate to breastfeed her baby whilst my child and very easily distracted husband sat nearby. I don’t think it was necessary for you to react the way you did just because I asked you to go somewhere private, telling me to fuck off and squirting me with your boobs was incredibly uncalled for. I hope you are ashamed of yourself!”
While squirting your own breastmilk at another person may be an unconventional way to deal with the situation, the comments section of the post showed that a number of people stood with the woman who was breastfeeding her child. It didn’t take long for commenters to start hitting back at the original poster, defending the breastfeeding mother.
One person left a comment reading “Don’t take out your insecurities on your husband’s wandering eyes out on a mother feeding her baby. Grow up.”
UK law states that it is illegal to discriminate against others who are breastfeeding their children under the Equality Act of 2010. A woman’s right to breastfeed her child is protected by law. No one should ever feel ashamed to be a breastfeeding mother.
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