A teeny tiny bit NSFW.
A teeny tiny bit NSFW.
Shame shouldn’t be a part of your game.
“[A]ny portrait of me right now isn’t complete without my identity as a mother being a part of that,” the actress told the magazine.
The Brasserie Blanc restaurant in Cheltenham went viral after offering mums a free cup of tea if they are breastfeeding. Quite right, too.
The #StopCensoringMotherhood hashtag fights against social media sites that keep removing pictures of “women showcasing themselves in a nonsexual way.” Facebook, however, defends its strict policy against any child nudity.
The most natural thing in the world.
The young woman shared the photo on her Facebook page. She said her daughter motivated her to finish her degree.
The pump was definitely invented by someone who hates women.
Aside from sitting, what else can you do while you’re nursing or pumping? Well…everything!
The airlines’ policy asks that breast-feeding be done with “a sense of modesty.”
I was unable to breast-feed my newborn. But why do I still feel so guilty about feeding my baby formula?
Well, all of the ones that produce milk.
Media coverage has long pitted attachment parenting — co-sleeping, extended breast-feeding, etc. — against feminist ideology. But a new study shows attachment principles are actually more popular with feminists than with other women.
This is a big deal for some as yet undetermined reason.
In a Twitter version of the Time cover controversy, a mom is getting flak for using a picture of herself breastfeeding as her avatar.
That Time cover is hardly the first to shock people with the image of a child suckling at the teet of a full-grown woman. Here are eight more famous photos of just that.
Managing editor Rick Stengel called the now-infamous cover “whimsical” on Morning Joe today. That word does not mean what he thinks it means.
Aram, the three-year-old kid seen breastfeeding on the cover of TIME magazine this week, made his daytime television debut this morning on the “Today” show. He seemed pissed about it.
The latest cover of Time stirs up the debate about how old is the right age to stop breastfeeding. But moms are always doing things for us when we’re way too old for it, and sometimes it’s our own dang fault.
Next week’s Time cover features a mom proudly breastfeeding her three-year-old. Hope the magazine is planning on paying this kid’s therapy bills.
Via the Louisville, Kentucky, mayor’s office. NOPE.
Milk’s favorite cookie, indeed. The Oreo cookies advertisement featuring a breastfeeding baby was NEVER intended for public consumption according to the people at Kraft Foods.
As Governor of Massachusetts, Romney sought to preserve free gifts for mothers and newborns from the baby formula companies. Fehrnstrom blasted “a very vocal minority of breast-feeding advocates.”
Because, you know, the pump might have been a bomb. Or something.
Maybe I’m not watching enough “Sesame Street” these days, but is a lack of nursing moms with their tits out really something that’s missing from the children’s TV series? Thousands of parents seem to think so.
Did you know that the average erect nipple stands as tall as a stack of five quarters. I just measured my own at only about 2 quarters. Oh! This is about female breasts! Good to know. (via dogandponyshowwebsite.com)
Eww. Breastfeeding is natural, but squirting it at cops isn’t. An Ohio woman has been sentenced to two years’ probation for spraying sheriff’s deputies with breast milk. View Media ›