I'm thankful for not having boobs thrown in my face all the time by offensive and indecent breastfeeding mothers like the ones below:

Wait...Well, this is a bad example. Let's try again.

Hmm...Just a minute. I'm sure I can find better ones than these...

Eh, still not offensive enough. I'll check one more time.

That is better. LOOK AT THAT! I see about a half inch of boob. DISGUSTING.

UGH. Look at that indecency! She must be from some third world country to be exposed like that!

Now that's just...There are no words to descripe how inappropriate that is. Something needs to be done!

But why stop at breasfeeding women? There are boobs everywhere. Beware! If you thought the above photos were offensive, you WILL DEFINITELY be offended by the photos below.

Not this one, though. This one was in plain view on news stands and in mail boxes in 19 countries world wide!

Not this one, either. This one actually won an award!

Oh, and I guess this one is fine too. Everyone knows you can't sell jeans without someone being topless.

Or beer, for that matter.

Or sunglasses.

Or movie tickets.

Or CDs...

You know what? Maybe I'm crazy, but I think that someone mixed up some photos here. The first batch are offensive, but the second batch are just fine and dandy???

People who live in glass bras:

Shouldn't throw stones:

If you think women have the right to breastfeed their children no matter where they are, please repost this...comment vote it popular whatever . Support breastfed babies and their right to eat in public!

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Nov. 19, 2010 at 3:41 PM

  What could be a more beautiful sight than a mother nursing and nuturing her child?

And no, your baby should not have to eat in a dirty public washroom unless you are willing to eat your lunch there.

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Nov. 20, 2010 at 12:21 AM

It really is sad that in the US we find breastfeeding to be so controversial.  It shouldn't matter if a woman chooses to cover up or not!  You can choose not to watch!  If you cannot divert  your attention from a child suckling his mother's breast, then YOU may be the one with a problem!  

And as for bf in church -- all three of my children were baptized Catholic in Peru and, while at first I hesitated to feed them during the long ceremonies, I was encouraged by everyone to bf my without guilt or shame.  There was no cry room -- I wasn't expected to leave!  Just to sit down and tend to my baby!  It would have been more shameful to allow my baby to be hungry and distressed!  The priest was happy to wait for my little one to finish "his dinner" and come back to our family later.  It is, of course, how our Lord Jesus was nourished by Mary, he reassured me. 

Kudos to everyone who breastfeeds and/or who supports breastfeeding mothers and children.  It is a beautiful, natural act that should be encouraged.  Every mother -- breastfeeding or not -- should be encouraged to give her child nourishment, comfort, and love whenever and wherever her child needs it!

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Nov. 20, 2010 at 10:52 AM

This is great.  I love it!!!

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Nov. 20, 2010 at 12:47 PM

well said mama

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Dec. 5, 2010 at 10:03 PM

I never had the chance to breast feed due to complications but have always stood up for mother who do breastfeed in public. People that think its inappropriate need to grow up

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Jan. 7, 2011 at 8:12 PM

Love this!!

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Jan. 23, 2011 at 10:21 PM

Michael Jordan was breastfed to age THREE. Same with Albert Einstein. Jesus Christ, even LONGER. The day YOU have six NBA Championship rings, a Nobel Prize in Physics and the ability to walk on water, we'll talk. Till then, the subject is CLOSED. 

I read that somewhere on the sight and I love it, thought it was appropriate! 

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Jan. 23, 2011 at 10:29 PM

Love it absolutely love it

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Mar. 9, 2011 at 9:29 PM

babies should not have to swelter to be fed, why should a woman have to cover up the babies head if it is feeding? Mom's should not have to go to the bathroom to feed their babies, would you like to eat in the bathroom? If a woman is discrete it should be fine to feed her baby in public. I see more skin on 16 year olds, magazines at the grocery store, and the beach than you ever see on a nursing mom. People need to get over it. dont look if you dont like it!

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Apr. 8, 2011 at 3:23 PM

I was asked to leave the gym. I was wearing a jacket, scarf, long pants and a t-shirt that covered everything. To quote the young woman who asked me to leave "um, we don't allow THAT sort of thing here, there's a place to sit in the women's locker room".   I was shocked, women walking all over that gym with micro mini shorts and work out bras. Nothing was showing and I was asked to leave! What a crazy society we live in.

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