Re: Breastfeeding in public |

Re: Breastfeeding in public

I don’t know if the lovely young woman who was halted for breastfeeding was bare-breasted or partly covered. Of course, there is nothing wrong with a women breastfeeding her baby in public – if is done with respect for others.

People are tolerant, but not when it is a bare-breasted women in a public place. Have you ever thought it might be offensive or embarrassing for some men standing next to a young women like that?

I have asked a dozen women today, how would they feel? They all agreed, bare-breasted is offensive. For you, if not offensive, you should take into consideration others around you. Be a good neighbor, and keep your breast covered while nursing.

Katherine Williams

Grass Valley

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