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2013-01-07 11:07:39 AM  
We get it, you had a baby and now you want to rub our noses in your life-giving boobs. Allow us the common courtesy to make  motor noises as we move our noses back and forth amongst your swollen breasts. Also congrats on the kid - they will probably be into public sex porn as a result of your parenting public breastfulness.
 
2013-01-07 11:10:52 AM  
This sort of behavior disgusts me. So farking juvenile. Breast feeding is a natural thing, and we don't need a bunch of puerile men acting like, if you'll excuse the expression, boobs. Seriously, guys, what's the deal? It's a breast. It's just a soft mound of tissue, a gently curved globe hanging there like a ripe fruit. And yeah, it has a nipple. And so what if the nipple sometimes gets hard, just stands up there like a little eraser point when you lick just a tiny trace of moisture across its tip and then lightly exhale a gentle puff of wind over it. What do you want to do? Take that hard nipple and roll it lightly between your thumb and forefinger, cup the other breast in your hand? Squeeze it? Is that what you want? Do you want to press your face between those breasts and squeeze them over your ears like earmuffs, lay your head on them like pillows? Jesus, grow up.
 
2013-01-07 11:14:16 AM  

thecpt: farkin_noob: When I breastfed, I did it discretely. In public even! Once I breastfed at the table during dinner, no one knew. Breastfeeding doesn't equal flashing your boobies.

I wonder if they make shirts where the best pocket is secretly a flap that can be flipped up.

(going in the invention idea pad)


Target makes all sorts of cool nursing camis. If you combine a cami with a fold down boobie flap with an overshirt that you can lift up and you don't have to flash anyone you don't want to.
 
2013-01-07 11:17:03 AM  
Can you throw them over your shoulder like a continental soldier?
 
2013-01-07 11:44:24 AM  

Shoop008: Pumping and storing is not really that big of a hassle.


Production versus daycare demand is a big factor; if you're pumping an excess then the stuff becomes less precious. My wife was often struggling to keep up in the 6-9 month zone before the kids started eating much else, but then her sister could have nursed every kid in the family. You never know.

However, a beer per day, usually an unfiltered hefe, seemed to help my wife boost production. There are legitimate and placebo-effect reasons why.
 
2013-01-07 11:48:50 AM  

SpaceBison: This sort of behavior disgusts me. So farking juvenile. Breast feeding is a natural thing, and we don't need a bunch of puerile men acting like, if you'll excuse the expression, boobs. Seriously, guys, what's the deal? It's a breast. It's just a soft mound of tissue, a gently curved globe hanging there like a ripe fruit. And yeah, it has a nipple. And so what if the nipple sometimes gets hard, just stands up there like a little eraser point when you lick just a tiny trace of moisture across its tip and then lightly exhale a gentle puff of wind over it. What do you want to do? Take that hard nipple and roll it lightly between your thumb and forefinger, cup the other breast in your hand? Squeeze it? Is that what you want? Do you want to press your face between those breasts and squeeze them over your ears like earmuffs, lay your head on them like pillows? Jesus, grow up.


Go on...
 
2013-01-07 11:53:10 AM  

BlackMtnMan: Should have called it National Breast Out.


Interesting tidbit. In Germany a bra is called a büstenhalter. I've been told that they're good at, "holdin' die floppin' tits in."
 
2013-01-07 11:57:35 AM  
This seems like a lot of manufactured outrage. The most prudish people I know recognise breast feeding as completely natural and normal and have no problem with it.
 
2013-01-07 12:43:08 PM  
I breast fed my babies. So, I know for a fact breast milk can shoot 10-20 feet. That's my only problem with public breast feeding. I don't want any random stranger's bodily fluid on me.
 
2013-01-07 01:07:20 PM  
So a big group of women were showing their posts that happened to be the first? That's a lot of threads.
 
2013-01-07 01:08:28 PM  

Sobrrr: I breast fed my babies. So, I know for a fact breast milk can shoot 10-20 feet. That's my only problem with public breast feeding. I don't want any random stranger's bodily fluid on me.


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2013-01-07 01:23:18 PM  
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2013-01-07 01:46:35 PM  
I was invited to the one at the Galleria here in Roseville, CA.

I'm totally supportive of a woman's right to nurse. Even if it makes you uncomfortable because she's not "discreet", it's her goddamn right to do it. Personally, I find the pungent odor of formula or an open jar of baby food much more offensive than a brief glimpse of a boobie squashed into an infant's face, but in either case, it's a mother feeding a child. Whoopdee freakin' doo.

HOWEVER.

I chose not to participate in this case because when I read the article about the original "victim", the person that asked her to leave was one random asshat employee of Hollister. It wasn't mall security or the corporation itself. I don't think the story was worthy of national publicity. The corporation had no obligation to formally address the issue. You can't go running to the media and stage a national protest over every tiny incident of douchebaggery.

Well...I guess you can. But I won't participate.
 
2013-01-07 02:24:54 PM  
..and all the condescending prudes collectively whine...

"IT'S SO DURRRRDEEE!"

(But they vote, unfortunately)
 
2013-01-07 02:32:21 PM  
Jeez, don't they have some housework to do? Must be nice to not have to work.
 
2013-01-07 02:34:00 PM  

teeny: I chose not to participate in this case because when I read the article about the original "victim", the person that asked her to leave was one random asshat employee of Hollister.


Wow, the young mother took her infant into that dimly-lit, pea-soup fog of cologne stench? Someone call child services!

Sobrrr: I breast fed my babies. So, I know for a fact breast milk can shoot 10-20 feet. That's my only problem with public breast feeding. I don't want any random stranger's bodily fluid on me.


I think you may have spaced out the feedings too far. I applaud you finding your hidden talent, though.
 
2013-01-07 03:57:38 PM  

Dear Jerk: The housewives, they all remarking, "Looks like a dirty marshmallow with fangs."


I like the snowman, I want to help him out,
I don't want to see him hurt this way.
 
2013-01-07 04:03:09 PM  
Maybe one day America will grow up and stop going insane towards anything having to do with the human body.

You go, girls.
 
2013-01-07 04:15:45 PM  

Keizer_Ghidorah: Maybe one day America will grow up and stop going insane towards anything having to do with the human body.

You go, girls.


Maybe one day women will grow up and stop acting like raising a child is the most heroic and praise worthy thing out there
 
2013-01-07 05:19:49 PM  
I really have no problem with it, because it is a natural thing, for a second I get to see a breast I most likely would never see and it stops the kid from crying.
 
2013-01-07 05:22:53 PM  

Endive Wombat: Keizer_Ghidorah: Maybe one day America will grow up and stop going insane towards anything having to do with the human body.

You go, girls.

Maybe one day women will grow up and stop acting like raising a child is the most heroic and praise worthy thing out there


So this is an attention-whoring matter to you? Or does it upset you that women don't like to be treated like pariahs or nuisances for doing something as simple and natural as feeding their kids?
 
2013-01-07 05:37:35 PM  
Show us your tits, you Farkin' whores!
 
2013-01-07 05:44:11 PM  
i172.photobucket.com
 
2013-01-07 06:12:36 PM  

Crewmannumber6: This seems like a lot of manufactured outrage. The most prudish people I know recognise breast feeding as completely natural and normal and have no problem with it.


Younger, supposedly more open people are usually more squeamish about than older prudes. Younger people in general seem to have more hangups than older folks, even if they're more willing to flash a boob in a group shot. I don't know for sure why, but I'm going to wager it has to do with how many have grown up as latchkey kids over the past 30 years, who get too many of their "truths" about society and intimacy from TV, movies, and later video games and porn.

Or it might just be about having comfort zones and not wanting to step outside them for anyone. Older folks actually grew up with breast-feeding all around, so it's not really a leap, as long as nipple doesn't show.
 
2013-01-07 07:45:39 PM  

Endive Wombat: Keizer_Ghidorah: Maybe one day America will grow up and stop going insane towards anything having to do with the human body.

You go, girls.

Maybe one day women will grow up and stop acting like raising a child is the most heroic and praise worthy thing out there


So, um, what have you done for society?
 
2013-01-07 07:47:00 PM  

littlett's: BarkingUnicorn: In NY, a woman can go topless anywhere a man can.

I think it is the same in Columbus Ohio as well.  I'm not really in that much of a hurry to do that to be honest.


Take your time. Some of the best things are worth waiting for.
 
2013-01-07 07:52:50 PM  

Keizer_Ghidorah: Endive Wombat: Keizer_Ghidorah: Maybe one day America will grow up and stop going insane towards anything having to do with the human body.

You go, girls.

Maybe one day women will grow up and stop acting like raising a child is the most heroic and praise worthy thing out there

So this is an attention-whoring matter to you? Or does it upset you that women don't like to be treated like pariahs or nuisances for doing something as simple and natural as feeding their kids?


Generally, I do not give a fark if women breastfeed in public, however others do.  Now here is the issue - some people have an issue with a partially exposed breast, and them asking a nursing mother do be a little discrete is should not be viewed as an act of oppression.  In this instance, some young 20-something asked this lady to leave a Holister,  I am sure he/she has ZERO idea of nursing mother protection laws.  Now what I have a problem with is said nursing mothers freaking the fark out about their rights be trampled on and acting like motherhood entitles you to be an ass and acting like motherhood is worthy of praise.  (I hope you understand I am speaking in more broad terms now).  I understand the laws, they make sense, feeding your child, bonding with your child should be a protected right.

I would say really, the only time I think I would have an issue with a women breastfeeding in public is in a place where a crying newborn does not really belong in the first place, such as a very fancy restaurant where I am trying to enjoy my food, wine, wife, and whatever other company I am in...

To answer your question more directly, yes...I do believe that there is some amount of attention whoring happening when it comes to some women nursing their child.  Having people stare at you while you breastfeed gives some women some kind of satisfaction or reassurance...same goes when young, good looking women get dressed up in skin tight dance club wear.

As for women being treated like pariahs, it is wrong and they should be protected.  That being said, I will say that I believe that a private business has a right to deny service to anyone, including those carrying a gun, those not properly dressed (think no shirt, no shoes, no service), and yes, even those breast feeding.  So if they do not want to have a breast feeding woman in their store, that's prerogative, and the community at large will respond...

You pickin' up what I am throwin' down?
 
2013-01-07 10:11:07 PM  
It's OK to show violence and death as entertainment, but nudity and sex are considered perverted.
 
2013-01-08 01:48:34 AM  
I just couldn't help seeing an ad for Momma's Used Cars at the top of the article. I guess like momma's food, her cars come with a lot of gas.
 
2013-01-08 02:00:31 AM  

Endive Wombat: Keizer_Ghidorah: Endive Wombat: Keizer_Ghidorah: Maybe one day America will grow up and stop going insane towards anything having to do with the human body.

You go, girls.

Maybe one day women will grow up and stop acting like raising a child is the most heroic and praise worthy thing out there

So this is an attention-whoring matter to you? Or does it upset you that women don't like to be treated like pariahs or nuisances for doing something as simple and natural as feeding their kids?

Generally, I do not give a fark if women breastfeed in public, however others do.  Now here is the issue - some people have an issue with a partially exposed breast, and them asking a nursing mother do be a little discrete is should not be viewed as an act of oppression.  In this instance, some young 20-something asked this lady to leave a Holister,  I am sure he/she has ZERO idea of nursing mother protection laws.  Now what I have a problem with is said nursing mothers freaking the fark out about their rights be trampled on and acting like motherhood entitles you to be an ass and acting like motherhood is worthy of praise.  (I hope you understand I am speaking in more broad terms now).  I understand the laws, they make sense, feeding your child, bonding with your child should be a protected right.

I would say really, the only time I think I would have an issue with a women breastfeeding in public is in a place where a crying newborn does not really belong in the first place, such as a very fancy restaurant where I am trying to enjoy my food, wine, wife, and whatever other company I am in...

To answer your question more directly, yes...I do believe that there is some amount of attention whoring happening when it comes to some women nursing their child.  Having people stare at you while you breastfeed gives some women some kind of satisfaction or reassurance...same goes when young, good looking women get dressed up in skin tight dance club wear.

As for women being treated like pa ...


So your inability to mind your own business means that it's her fault. I've heard dumber rationales, but not by much.
 
2013-01-08 01:49:32 PM  
It's a shame the women aren't showing their boobies in my EIP...
 
2013-01-08 03:08:32 PM  

Keizer_Ghidorah: So your inability to mind your own business means that it's her fault. I've heard dumber rationales, but not by much.


I never said that.  Maybe I did not make myself clear, I do not give a shiat if a woman is breastfeeding.  Does not bother me, unless it is in a situation where a baby should not be in the first place.  Not because of the need to feed, but because I do not want to hear a crying baby while trying to enjoy a $200 meal with my wife.  The breastfeeding is irrelevant.

As for other people, well, people get all up in each others business all the time.  Think of the busybodies that are on HOA boards...
 
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