The initiative is meant to normalize breastfeeding.
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"We need more #women & parents in Parli," she tweeted.
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Cause duh, moms are feeding little humans who can't take care of themselves.
Shortly after the incident the child was rushed to the hospital.
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The model breastfeed her seven-month-old son during the march in L.A.
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"Something special to celebrate overcoming struggles with breastfeeding."
This is one lesson the shamer will never forget.
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"Happy World Breastfeeding Week!"
Breastfeeding is beautiful.
"For people to be ignorant enough to harass a mother trying to have a normal life while breastfeeding a child just infuriates us."
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From the baby's perspective, breastfeeding is breastfeeding. When my son was born, he didn't care that he had a transgender dad, but he sure wanted to nurse! He knew what he needed then, and he still does.
Cracked nipples. Engorged breasts. Improper latches. Mastitis. Bites. Nursing on demand every two hours. Loss of independence. And now, judgmental stares and nasty comments. For most mothers, disapproval, from strangers is the least of our worries. We've given birth. We're enduring a level of sleep deprivation most would consider a form of torture. We're tough. We can handle it. But, why should we?