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Do u think its ok for women to breastfeed in public

By Yasmin Issa . Created on 18 Nov, 2019
Lifestyle 149 votes | 10 Comments
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Retiree said 3 weeks ago
If you are "offended" then don't look. A patriarchal attitude that needs to be eradicated.
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Mrs said 3 weeks ago
I did back when mine were babies. But of course wearing a loose fitting top that baby could be popped up under, or through a buttoned up section. Baby should come first, but discression for the sake of not causing problems for those who are uncomfortable.
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Vasuda Rathnam said 3 weeks ago
the purpose of breast feeding is to fulfill the hunger of the baby. if the baby is crying in the public and that keeps annoying others, mother needs to breast feed , but she needs to cover her chest with some cloth so that it doesn't cause distractions.
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Mike said 4 weeks ago
Of course it is ok for women to breast feed in public. If women want the seclusion of a quiet room or corner and/or wants to cover up with a sheet or something then that is entirely their decision. As it is if they feed the baby much more publicly.
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Sue said 4 weeks ago
as long as they are appropriately covered with a towel or blanket no issues
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Linda said 4 weeks ago
I don't think it is necessary. Shopping centres have rooms to go to etc. I think you need a quiet place so the mother and child can be as one. Feeding a child with noise and conversation from Mum to others is not good for the baby. I know some people get offended with public breast feeding and I do not but I do think it is unnecessary in 99% of the time. If it must be done then discretion needs to be used l...
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Nora said 4 weeks ago
Of course it is OK to feed Baby in Public, but discretion is needed. Baby feed times, whether it be breast or bottle should be a quite time for bonding of baby and mother. I have seen mothers feeding their babies in the noisiest of food courts in shopping centres, (not the most hygienic of places for baby). Mother is often engrossed in conversation with friends and/or mobile 'phone and baby just seems to be ...
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Yes
Mr Stupid said 4 weeks ago
I don't eat my lunch in a toilet cubicle, so why should a baby?