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WATCH: Poet's Viral Defense Of Breastfeeding In Public

Mothers who have been shamed for breastfeeding in public have a new anthem. British poet Holly McNish's incredible spoken word poem, "Embarrassed," attacks everything from aggressive formula marketing to the double standard of anti-breastfeeding discrimination in a world of "billboards covered in tits."


Bellyitch: Alyssa Milano questions breastfeeding v. nude Kim Kardashian cover double standard


Maternity Hospital Delivery Gown in Black Sateen Fabric by modmum

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A model breastfeeds two babies in Equinox's 2016 advertising campaign


I don't like when women don't attempt to cover themselves, but this statement is so true!


Telling moms they have a right when they don’t sets them up for humiliation and trauma. Holding a nurse-in, then going home and forgetting about it doesn’t spare the next mom. If a state has an enforceable law, know how the enforcement works. And if you want to fight for a country in which women are free to breastfeed and pump without harassment or fear of losing their jobs, then let’s do it together.


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Breastfeeding Mom Learns Victoria's Secret Doesn't Always Support Boobs

Nursing rights. Link to an article about a woman not being allowed to nurse at a Victoria's Secret after spending a fair amount of money in their store. #Breastfeeding #Nursing #Womensrights

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nursing cover breastfeeding cover personalized custom made nursing scarf READY TO SHIP camo slogan printed for breastfeed mom new mom gift

Slogan breasfeeding cover is always a great choice for mom-to-be. Apart from the 4 standard meaningful slogans, you can also have your own design. It would be such a memorial piece between you and your little one/ you and your love.

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Dear In laws, Thank you, but I think I know my baby better than you.

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