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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Empre...
Dec. 27, 2011 at 1:23 PM

ROFL!!! Seriously!!! Great post!!! Thank you!!!!big smile mini

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autod...
Dec. 29, 2011 at 12:21 AM

Madismom, there's not a single thing "indecent" about breastfeeding. 

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autod...
Dec. 29, 2011 at 12:46 AM

Are you serious, Mybutt? shall we stay home from the time our pregnancies show, and have our kids remain in the house until adulthood, lest we sadden the infertile.  and we should only ever use wheelchairs, as some are unable to walk. and no reading in public either, to spare the feelings of the illiterate.

there is something wrong with those who would be offended by a baby eating.  

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ToBe
Dec. 31, 2011 at 9:36 AM I love that the thread started in 2009, and is still going strong! I remember writing something to someone (letter to the editor maybe?) supporting public nourishment of babies (duh, aka "breastfeeding") in 1983 or so, after the birth of my first daughter. I'm saddened there is still controversy 28 years later, particularly when I look at how mainstream boobs are on newstands and in everyday life. I just wish that my son and daughters won't be writing similar letters in 30 years, reminiscing on how little progress has been made since now. It's such cultural hypocrisy. 

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Clair...
Jan. 18, 2012 at 12:45 AM

I find it very sad that instead of supporting each other in the hardest job on earth, parenthood we fight like cats and dogs over the right to choose what we believe to be right for our kids. Breastfeeding is not offensive, nor is bottle feeding nor is a child eating chips. Why cant we support each other instead of making a judgment without any information on the other parent. People would judge me for not breastfeeding without knowing that i am unable to due to having milk ducts that do not connect to my nipples.... why should any other person look at me and think wow what a bad mother she isn't feeding her child in the natural way that god intended ect etc when they do not know my story.

Judging a person in such a way is not right. Having read through comments here I constantly see judgement and condemnation to others who make different choices as to the way to raise their child. Why? What right do we have to make such ignorant judgments? We do not know that person or their particular circumstances or why they chose to do what they did. We have no right to make any judgement on a person as long as they are not breaking the child abuse laws. 

Hypocrisy is in our culture yes and is rife through out the parenting community. Breast or bottle as long as a child is cared for, loved and nurtured it makes no difference. People breastfeeding want acceptance is public but are more then happy to openly criticize a bottle feeding parent or a parent who has made a different decision to themselves. If someone has a go at you for breastfeeding there is no need to be rude back just explain politely that you will continue to feed your child and they are welcome to move. Why retort with an accusation of child abuse because their child is eating chips. That is hypocrisy. While breastfeeding must be accepted and that mother had no right to say it was gross the response was just as judgemental. You cannot expect to have respect when you show none to other parent who make a different decision.

I just find it very sad that there is very little support in the world for parents from other parents. We are all doing our best in the only way we know how. No judgement should be landed on another's shoulders for their choices in regards to their child. We all have different opinions and different ways of doing things and hey are all ok.

I like the above article it shows how silly people have become so fight it with education and acceptance. maybe when we as parents start to accept each other for our different choices and stop fighting amoungst ourselves others will start to listen.

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barny...
May. 25, 2012 at 7:35 PM

I have breastfed all my three kids in public till they were 2 years old. I have never been confronted or felt uncomfortable about doing so but do feel there is a taboo about breastfeeding after baby is over 12 months. I have no strong feelings either way, but my kids sure have - no way are they giving up without some none too gentle persuasion & ultimately what would people rather have - a hungry baby screaming the place down or a contented baby getting the best possible start in life & potentially saving tax payers money with their good health.

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Roger...
Sep. 29, 2012 at 10:50 PM

Women who insist on breast feeding in public lose their rights to badger men about their habits.   If women think it's ok to bare parts of their body that would otherwise be deemed by society to stay covered, then men should be able to whip it out and pee in public.  No difference.  Breast feeding is by far one of the most intimate, private practices.  If breast feeding is allowed in public, we might as well just eliminate public restrooms and allow everyone to urinate and deficate wherever there please.  There is no difference between breast feeding and going to the bathroom, none.  Only the nieve would believe there is.  So ladies, especially those earthy types with hidden political agendas, do us all a big big favor - keep your flabby boobs in your 2 dollar WalMart bras and keep your screaming brats at home where they belong.   None of the rest of us are interested in your personal problems. 

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AbisM...
Jan. 15, 2013 at 6:15 PM One sad thing is that I saw a post from another mom that said, " the sad thing is that some mom was nursing in a cry room and there was a bathroom 2 ft away. WTHeck! There is no way I would nurse my bb in a Potty room..

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