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The Women Who Breastfeed Controversy

February 16, 2016

For the life of me, I can’t understand what the fuss over breastfeeding in American society. Where did all these prudes come from? We are in the next millennial folks. This is not the Victorian era. Of course when women talk about their breasts, they are talking about an intimate aspects of their lives as women, such as growing up, sexuality, motherhood, breastfeeding, relationships, body image, health, cancer and ageing,” For men women’s breast are seen as an erotic symbol. Because breastfeeding produces a non-erotic exposure of the breasts, most men and women find no offense in the practice. Yet there are prudes in society that constantly complain about breastfeeding because of exposure to breasts.
But, why? If the exposed breast is so natural and non erotic, then why do these prudes lift their voices against the best and most healthy means of feeding babies and the young. And, honestly, why are they more naturally complaining about more erotically exposed breasts in swim suits, bare breasts in movies and television, red carpet events, advertising and other visual media.

Look at these snips of media:

If we had more exposure of breasts in non-sexual media, then the world would be a better place. More women should breastfeed in public, so that people would be used to it.
Breastfeeding is the natural way for women to give their babies the best!

Read more about the benefits of breastfeeding:
National Resource Defense Council
The Baby Center
WebMD

Breastfeeding is almost never shown in movies.  But women’s breasts are exposed in every which way in films.  So you prudes out there why don’t you take on the film industry.  Just for consideration, go looking for some exposed breasts in a few feature films.  Just pick one from the millions of films.  Here are a few examples in case you aren’t abreast of the situation!

Fast Times at Ridgemont High (1982)

Alien (1979)

Carnal Knowledge (1971)

Valley of the Dolls (1967)

Trading places (1983)

American Pie (1999)

The Neverending Story (1984)

Mulholland Dr. (2001)

Risky Business (1983)

Animal House (1978)

Titanic (1997)

 

 

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