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its hard for folks who've never breastfed to understand....
you dont really  see it as "exposing your tits"....in your head youre just feeding your baby. Its kind of a subconscious thing...
but yeah, women should try to wear clothing that will allow them to feed without plopping out the whole breast any  and everywhere. It can be done.
Some women are just slops overall.
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Originally posted by PurplePhase PurplePhase wrote:

did anyone mention that a recent research study showed no real benefit from breastfeeding vs formula? I meant to make a thread about that but probably forgot.

I don't believe it.....they tyrna kill us.
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Originally posted by PurplePhase PurplePhase wrote:

did anyone mention that a recent research study showed no real benefit from breastfeeding vs formula? I meant to make a thread about that but probably forgot.

That is complete utter bullsh*t. 
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yeah folks were shocked. Including me.
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there are health benefits to the baby. and benefits to the mother as well. no study can make me think otherwise. I've seen the proof. and why would a healthy woman who produces enough milk to feed her child opt to spend money on formula? that shiit is not cheap
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My son doesnt like the cover too much. Hes getting to the point where he tries to rip it off
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Originally posted by Wildfire Wildfire wrote:

there are health benefits to the baby. and benefits to the mother as well. no study can make me think otherwise. I've seen the proof. and why would a healthy woman who produces enough milk to feed her child opt to spend money on formula? that shiit is not cheap



This^^^^

I had women on my birth board say no because their breast are for their husband not their child, my jaw dropped like what kind of a$$backward thinking is that ugh ish pisses me off.
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Originally posted by afrokock afrokock wrote:

Originally posted by liesnalibis liesnalibis wrote:

Originally posted by naturesgift naturesgift wrote:

Originally posted by liesnalibis liesnalibis wrote:

People are always saying it's natural etc but so is shytting, pissing, and f*cking. The way I see it it still involves body parts normally covered by clothing and is an exchange of bodily fluids. Some things should be kept private.
I really cant believe you feel that strongly about it - were you a formula baby?


I hope so.
that would explain sh*t loads tbh

You just couldn't resist could you...Sleepy
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Originally posted by Cream1970 Cream1970 wrote:

My daughter never missed a meal. I breastfed in public without any issue and I was discreet.
 
I'm pro breastfeeding, but I do believe a lot of these women are seeking publicity/compensation by creating situations that would have someone say something to them. I could be wrong, but for what reason would anyone NOT want to be discrete? If covering your breast with a cloth/blanket, etc doesn't interfere with you child's ability to nurse, why wouldn't you, simply out of respect for others around? There are plenty of mothers who don't show their children their breasts, so what's wrong w/ those same mothers not wanting another woman to expose their breasts to their children.
 
When my SO and I go out to dinner before going out dancing, and I'm wearing a revealing/"club" top or dress, I always keep a jacket or shrug on to be respectful of others in that non club/lounge setting.
 
IA with ALL of this!!!
I remember having a few people over my house a few days after my daughter was born. When it was time to nurse her or pump, I kindly excused myself from the room and took my daughter to a private setting. Had a not been in a position to do that, I definately would have used a blanket. To each is own though...
 
I wouldn't feel uncomfortable if another woman whipped out her boob to nurse in front of me...but I could see how it could make the situation uncomfortable if children and men were around. If someone whipped out her whole boob in front of my husband of daughter, I'd kindly remove myself from the room...or give her the serious side eye.
 
I'm all for nursing in public...but be discreet.


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Hot steaming bullsh*t.

Originally posted by Wildfire Wildfire wrote:

Originally posted by PurplePhase PurplePhase wrote:

did anyone mention that a recent research study showed no real benefit from breastfeeding vs formula? I meant to make a thread about that but probably forgot.

That is complete utter bullsh*t. 
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