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    Evaluation of Breastfeeding in Public Breast-feeding is a natural and cost free source of food for the babies. It is highly indispensable for both humans and animals. However, breastfeeding in the public has always faced a lot of objection. People have adopted a social disapproval perception to public breastfeeding. Sometimes, women are forced to cease breastfeeding before the child is satisfied or even go for other alternatives like bottle feeding, thus denying the child its natural rights (Marsden 228). Sometimes, as soon as a baby is born, breastfeeding is common and natural amongst most females. To some, it does not always occur on basis of a spontaneous response. Breastfeeding is affected by various causes including biological, social…

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    was far more interesting then I intended it to be. From the beginning I had never really put much thought into breastfeeding at all but defiantly none into a mothers perspective of it. I was very open about peoples feelings towards it and had this very “every one to its own” idea about breastfeeding. I don’t think I ever really took into consideration the damaging effects that could go with the stigma around public breastfeeding and mothers. By the…

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    Free the Nipple II: Breastfeeding in Public “For you will nurse and be satisfied at her comforting breasts; you will drink deeply and delight in her overflowing abundance” (Isaiah 11) Nowhere in the Bible does it say breastfeeding is something to be looked down at, on the contrary, breastfeeding is introduced as a comforting situation not a stressful one for both the mother and infant. Even though some people think exposing breast in public is morally wrong, people should not see public…

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    Public breastfeeding is a huge topic for debate all around the world. We all must understand that people share many different views on public breastfeeding. Breastfeeding is the nourishing of children with milk from a lady 's breast. Breastfeeding is prescribed to start inside of the main hour of a child 's life and it be permitted as frequently and as much as the infant needs. An infant should be committed to being breastfed for eight to twelve times each day, each time for a few hours.…

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    latching onto the nipples in public? Does the woman become less attractive or in violation of public nudity laws? Breastfeeding in public should be permissible for these various reasons. Breastfeeding in public is an act of natural and legal right given to women, breastfeeding in public also in general fosters the healthy growth of the baby along with the quick return of mothers to their pre-pregnancy weight and overall health and ultimately the process of breastfeeding also breaks social…

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    With roughly 7 billion people inhabiting our planet, it should not be a shock that there are many hungry infants looking to be fed at the exact moment someone decides to head into the city for lunch or a shopping trip. Breastfeeding in public is a hot topic on the should you or should you not scale, and many are in favor for it not being allowed. Choosing to ignore the advantages it can give to a child, quite a few see public feeding to be wrong and distracting and ask for women to not do it.…

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    like "should breastfeeding be allowed in public?" Our society has started discussing and questioning whether or not it is indecent for a woman to breastfeed in public, even if they are completely covered, being discreet, and not disturbing anyone. Now there are special rooms being made in some places, like University’s for example, so women can breastfeed without being seen by anyone. I personally see nothing wrong with women breastfeeding their babies in public, whether…

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    Some people believe that women are showing too much skin and are degrading themselves by breastfeeding in public. They believe that a woman’s husband is the only person who should see that much of her body. Some people say that seeing women breastfeed in public makes them feel uncomfortable. They believe that women should go in to the restroom to breastfeed their child. Some say that breastfeeding mothers should stay at home to prevent anyone from seeing them breastfeed in public. People say…

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    Breastfeeding is something that is essential to a woman’s health as well as her child’s. Breastfeeding is an act that should be looked at as something natural world wide. However, when it is done publically is when it becomes an issue. Some countries don’t have as many problems as the citizens of the United States do with woman breastfeeding in public. In the article “Is the Breast Better?” , Elizabeth Vargas says, “America has one of the lowest breastfeeding rates of any industrialized…

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    Breastfeeding in public is one of society’s biggest controversial issues. Breastfeeding is convenient because you (as the mother) already have the natural materials to feed. The baby will decide when it’s time to eat, so feeding in public isn’t really a choice the mother has but it’s a choice the baby makes. Breastfeeding is healthier because sometimes babies will have an allergic reaction to the cow’s protein in the formula, causing discomforting symptoms. Breastfeeding in public isn’t a choice…

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