Well, not all men, but one of them. I'm breastfeeding/pumping while going to college full-time at a tech school and they have been very accommodating, but yesterday I got pulled into the director's office because someone made a complaint about my CLEAN and STERILE pump parts sitting on the counter OUT OF THE WAY. WTF?! They said they didn't want to see them?! It's just pieces of plastic! Maybe I should start randomly placing pictures of breastfeeding women around campus, there aren't any cameras...
EDIT**: I've thought of a more mature way of handling the situation, I've written an e-mail to the director (but I haven't sent it yet) asking to have a sit down with her and my accuser to clear the air, here's what it says:
I've been thinking about our conversation and the more I think about it the more it bothers me. I realize you're just doing your job, you can't make everyone happy, and you're not obligated to accommodate me in any way to allow me to pump. That's why I have tried not to make a fuss because I don't want you to say I can't pump at school at all.
What's bothering me is that some random guy was so disgusted by me that he had to come to you about this and didn't have the nerve to say anything to me, it makes me feel ostracized.
I think I would feel better if I could sit down with you and the one who made the complaint to clear the air if that's possible.
Sincerely, blah blah blah.
What do you think? Besides the blah blah blah part?