• Mum called 'disgusting' and told to 'cover up' after breastfeeding in cafe
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    Marie Claire Dorking

    Mum called 'disgusting' and told to 'cover up' after breastfeeding in cafe

    Now she is trying to help #normalisebreastfeeding.

  • Officer threatens to arrest woman for breastfeeding in public
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    Simone Olivero

    Officer threatens to arrest woman for breastfeeding in public

    When it comes to breastfeeding in public, everyone has a right to their own opinion. But it’s quite another matter when an officer — someone whose job it is to protect the basic human rights of citizens — allows his personal opinions get in the way of the law. “Tonight while in Piggly Wiggly with my sister and both my children (the oldest 20 months and the youngest 1 month old today) while nursing, a deputy approached me right when I was about to leave and informed that I needed to cover up because someone might find it ‘offensive,'” shared Savannah Shukla in a Facebook post. Shukla lives in Georgia, a state where breastfeeding in public is legal and certainly not considered offensive.

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