Absolutely not! Breastfeed how you and baby are most comfortable.
Yes! That is gross and no one wants to see that crap!
I guess it depends on the situation.
Yes, breastfeeding past age one or two is just gross & wrong. Pump if you must.
Age should have nothing to do with it. Breastfeeding should stop when mom & child want to stop as breast milk never loses nutritional value.
Yes and no, I mean a six year old shouldn't nurse.
No! Why should the employer have to go out of their way? They chose to breastfeed if they can't hack it that is what formula is for.
Absolutely and it's even required they do by law in some situations. Breastfeeding is hard enough they don't need the added stress of worrying about how to pump.
I really don't care either way.
Absolutely it's about time!
No I think it's wrong. Breastfeeding is not an illness therefore supplies for breastfeeding shouldn't be covered.
It is what it is. Not thrilled not mad could careless.
For the entertainment.
To start debates on breastfeeding posts & report pictures.
Because BFMT is amazing and I enjoy giving and getting support.
Run in the opposite direction as fast as I could!
Mean mug her, so she could feel the pain I'm having to endure by seeing her breastfeed.
Smile at her and maybe even give her a compliment for Nursing.
Hide it from my newsfeed.
Report it and make insulting comments.
Like, share, comment something nice.
Never because there ain't no buts about breastfeeding support.
In rare situations I have, but mainly the but word is never said.
Yes, all the time pretty much ANYTIME a controversial part of breastfeeding comes up.
Absolutely how selfish can she be?
It should at least be considered, right?
Absolutely not! If someone is choosing not to pump it's because she has her reasons. The pump could cause her pain, she may not get a lot out when she pumps ect..
No way! Especially because in most cases it is their right to nurse wherever they are.
I mean I'm not one for a scene so don't know, but Isn't it against the law anyway?
Absolutely they should have the right, why shouldn't they?