Topic: A recent protest at a Delaware mall has again brought to light the controversial subject of breastfeeding in public.
Keep ‘em in Your Shirt!
by Jon Novin
I’m so tired of these broads trying to stir something up. Get a hobby, already!
Look, there’s no reason for this kind of horseshit in public. If your kid’s hungry, find someplace to do your business in private. If there’s no private area, don’t bring your brat out of the house in the first place! I don’t need to see this crap!
I’m sick of these skanks acting like they can whip one out whenever and wherever they choose, and no one’s gonna say anything! They should all be arrested.
Natural & Necessary
by Angel “Boz” Terwilliger
Breastfeeding is a natural and healthy activity that has been practiced for centuries. It has been proven beneficial for babies, and provides an important bonding experience between mother and child. It does not, however, have to be a ‘spectacle.’ Breastfeeding can be done discreetly and modestly in any public setting.
Mothers are not always able to ‘just go home’ every time a baby is hungry. Life happens, and sometimes that means breastfeeding happens ‘on the road.’
This does not mean, however, that we should stage sit-ins, shout slogans, picket businesses with signs, or perform any other stunt aimed at bringing attention to public breastfeeding.
Unfortunately, the women who do this only bring negative attention to what should be a positive and precious experience for both baby and mother alike.
About All Sides
Gaseoustania Tonight knows there are often more than just two sides to a story. All Sides™ explores topics from a variety of viewpoints and opinions, to help you reach your own decisions.