It’s not the act of breastfeeding that disgusts people, there’s more to it than your comment implies. I’m a nurse but I’ll admit, seeing toddlers and up breastfeeding creeps me out, while an infant would just register as a natural and acceptable act. With that said, when I’m in public and unexpectedly see a child of any age while they’re latched on without cover or decency, it makes some of us uncomfortable. I do not want to see an Areola when at a restaurant or grocery store, it’s rude and inconsiderate for mom’s that do such a thing. If they need to breastfeed in public then they should cover themselves up so strangers aren’t subjected to it. When the child is older and can ask mom for milk, yanks her shirt down when they want it, or fondles and slaps the breast during feeding it gives off a pornographic and incestuous vibe for people not familiar or comfortable with prolonged breastfeeding. People should raise their children however they see best but don’t make the world your audience while doing so. Keep it the private, intimate experience that made breastfeeding special in the first place.