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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Apr. 11, 2011 at 5:42 PM

Madismom315 - Babies cry because they are hungry and need to be fed regardless if it's bottle or breastfeeding.  Would we expect a bottle feeding mother to sit on a toilet to feed her child?  Breastfeeding in a public toilet is not an appropriate, sanitary, or "decent" option.

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Apr. 12, 2011 at 9:33 AM

I was breastfeeding my daughter at a table in a resturant, of course I was covered however it still offended a man sitting in the next table, when he approached me and told me I should be doing that in the restroom, my father-in-law promptly stood up in my defense, told the the man in know way what I was doing offensive, and that if he felt the need to finish his meal in the restroom then he should do so, or go sit back down and be quiet, yay dad I thought and from that day on it never bothered me to feed my child anywhere, breatfeeding is a god given right to all mothers and there babies, it a beautiful and natural thing, GOD BLESS all the women that are given the ability to breastfeed

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Apr. 13, 2011 at 5:50 PM

love this post


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May. 15, 2011 at 9:17 AM

As a breastfeeder, I was twice told to cover up (once at a pool and once on a train, in the middle of the night) and I was so outraged. This was exactly what I was thinking about both times that these young men told me that these were family-friendly places and it wasn't appropriate. In the case of the train I was told that men were looking at me and that he was just trying to protect me... by telling me what to do, instead of the gawkers?! Outrageous. It never deterred me, in fact, if anything it made me more bold about when and where to do it!

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Jun. 9, 2011 at 2:07 PM

I totally agree with this. My son is almost 2 and is still BF. Not in public of course, but he is still getting the best in life, even if it's just a little bit here and there. I hate reading stories where mother's are kicked out of resturants, or stores for breastfeeding. I hate the way society makes women feel about it, making us result to breastfeeding our children in the BATHROOM. I am sad to say that I did with my child a few times. Being a first time mom and new at breastfeeding I didn't know where else to go. After reading an article and someone asking "Would you eat in a public bathroom?" I instantly changed my path. I feel bad for doing that in the first place, but encourage those who do breastfeed not to result to that.

Breastfeeding is the best start in life for our children, and don't let society ruin it for you. If were to ever say something to me, my response probably would not be nice. I am tired of the way people act when it comes to breastfeeding mothers, like this advertisment above.


It's so sad that so many see it otherwise. What did mother's do in the old days when they didn't have formula? Breastfed! And I'm pretty sure they didn't have to hear how bad of an example they are for doing so out in public. Think the public needs to wake up, maybe if more mother's do breastfeed in public, then it wouldn't be so hard for others anymore. People are so cruel, so who knows.

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Jun. 10, 2011 at 7:06 PM

Bravo! I'm so fed up with Facebook and them taking down pictures of babies nursing that have been reported as "obscene" that I wrote this post and invited moms to post their pictures or just comment in support of breastfeeding:


I'm proudly still breastfeeding my 4-year-old, at home, to sleep :)

Dagmar ~ Dagmar's momsense

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Jun. 11, 2011 at 12:04 PM

you rock

Well said!

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Jul. 17, 2011 at 4:46 PM

Madismom315, I NEVER nursed my baby in a bathroom, never got any negative looks/comments from anyone while nursing either. I have to ask would you eat in a bathroom?

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