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Under Patriarchy, Breast Feeding is Nasty and Vulgar (Video)

If you missed church on Sunday, not to worry. The reverend angelsnupnup72012 has brought the service from the comfort of his home to yours. Actually, this is not a reverend who is preaching, nor is this church but it is a much needed voice on de-stigmatizing breastfeeding, and he did bring it — “it” being the kind of inspiration and defense we need towards for women everywhere — and especially in public places, which is what sparked this sermon.

Exploiting women’s bodies, and making breasts objects only accessible to men, silences women. He also made a great point — is the veneer we put on on a daily basis the result of being disconnected from natural breastfeeding relationships intended by nature? I wonder. And sinceĀ “When did it become vulgar for a woman to breastfeed her child? What is wrong with the public?” Preach!

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