The social debate about what is appropriate when breastfeeding your child continues, with many arguments labeling the exposing of the breast in public offensive or inappropriate. Arguments range from the straight up “I don’t want to see a breast while I’m eating my breakfast” to “there’s a time and a place”.
For some Mums, it’s this ‘mamma shaming’ attitude itself that is offensive. As a Mum, the concern and priority is feeding their child, not worrying about what everyone around them considered socially appropriate.
This breastfeeding Mum has caused a stir on social media for doing just this and feeding her child whilst at a wedding.
“… your baby gets hungry, well…. You give no shits and feed the kid”, she says. “Nothing rude or bad about it. This is why I have breasts! Cause God gave me boobs for feeding my babies.”
Should breastfeeding mothers feel forced to use a nursing scarf ? Or has the media and society just pushed the perception of breasts as sexual objects so much, that we forget that their major function is for breastfeeding children if mothers choose to do so?
When you are at a wedding, wear fancy dresses and high heels.🙆🏽💃🏽 and your baby gets hungry, well… You give no shits and feed the kid 😁💁🏽 *EDIT: whoever gets mad about this😂 I also fed my son at the church ceremonie IN the church. Here in Germany people don’t get mad about it. It is NORMAL . Nothing rude or bad about it. This is why I have breasts! Cause God gave me boobs for feeding my babies. #breastfeeding #fitmom #girlswithmuscle #breastmilk #nursing #prego #momlife #fitmom #mamaleben #instamamagang #instamamagang_original #lebenmitkind #stillen #bbg #bbgmom #bbgmums #pregnant #moms #normalizebreastfeeding #breastfeedwithoutfear
What are your thoughts?