Mother's beautiful protest against public breastfeeding naysayers
Many mothers don't feel at ease breastfeeding their babies in public. They feel humiliated when people stare and point their fingers. And there are still some old-fashioned people out there who ask: "How can you show your breasts in public? "
Whitney Huntwork, a mother living in Oregon, decided to confront the shaming of public breastfeeding head-on. She dispensed a life lesson in her own hilarious way — accompanied by a photo posted on Facebook of her and her baby son at the supermarket.
"Anytime. Anywhere. You can stare, I don't care.
I'll feed my hungry child, here or there, if you don't like my boob I still don't care.
A Restaurant? A store? It's boob juice galore!
A theater? A museum? But you're more focused on trying to see them!
Bottle or boob, it's all just food.
You still think I should cover? You should run and tell your mother.
Pull out your phone and take a picture? But I'm the one who's the problem?
Don't you wish we could all mind our business? That would sure solve them!
Think I am disgusting? I could say the same? Think I am playing an attention seeking game?
You are wrong because you see, really I am only worried about the comfort of my baby and me!
— Sincerely Whitney, the badass breastfeeder & her badass son fueled purely by boob juice."
Whitney is certainly a talented young mother! Her bold and funny rhymes have been shared more than 140,000 times since she posted them on Facebook last year.
Pass them on to any breastfeeding moms you know who are sick of strangers staring!