A man sets up a milk stand at the Farmer’s Market to sell raw, unpasteurized milk. He begins making good business until a policeman arrives to arrest him. The farmer makes a huge speech to the crowd about how it shouldn’t be illegal to sell raw milk, and they all cheer. Then the cop explains he’s arresting the man because it turns out he’s not using grass fed cows, and the crowd boos and hisses at him and throws tomatoes at him before he’s hauled away.
Women breastfeed their babies. They’ve done it longer than restaurants have been in existence, longer than public parks have been in existence, longer than Western society has been in existence.
Breasts. Breasts. Breasts. Maybe if I say it enough times you won’t blush. Breasts.
For longer than your family’s last name has been around women gathered around and breastfed their babies. In America, granted, breasts are very sexual. Thus, most women who breastfeed their babies in public do so discreetly. It’s a grace they give.