I completely understand those that are worried about the woman being D&D free, I even understand those that are like "nursing is a bonding experience" but why not allow another to pump to help feed a child. Breasts are NOT sexual, there meant to feed our children! My milk is not souly made for MY child, if that was the case, women wouldn't have issues breastfeeding, children wouldn't have allergies to mom's milk- those excuses are absurd!
Every child should have the same opportunity as others, and if my son couldn't breastfeed because I was unable, or dead, or sick, or didn't produce, what's wrong with wanting the very best for him, while giving him the bonding experience of feeding from a mothers breast, which is so beautiful and important for development!
people that find it "perverted" or "depraved" as some said on those comments, should truly be ahsamed of yourselves!
Answer by istealcookies at 12:32 PM on Oct. 5, 2010
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Answer by NicholeAT at 12:37 PM on Oct. 5, 2010
It was asking if you couldn't provide BM for your child, would you allow another to help you by providing it. Even if pumped. And most of the commenters acted truly disgusted and immature about it.
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