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The discussion provided a good insight into the reasons people object to public breastfeeding.
An exposed nipple is a wonderful thing if accidentally falling out of a dress or loose fitting top. However a nipple that’s being inserted into the mouth of a hungry baby is a terrifying and disturbing thing to witness.
He described how as he approached the mother at his weekly Papal General Audience, her child was “crying its eyes out” with hunger and so he asked her to “please give it something to eat!
” He added:“I wish to say the same to humanity: give people something to eat!
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Pope Francis has become an unlikely advocate for public breastfeeding, by encouraging mothers to feed their babies in the Sistine Chapel.
During a ceremony in Vatican City on Sunday, the Pope baptised 32 babies and told their mothers: “If they are hungry, mothers, feed them, without thinking twice, because they are the most important people here.” “Today the choir will sing but the most beautiful choir of all is the choir of the infants who will make a noise.
a last month, after a mother seemed shy about feeding her child in his presence.Now you might say that I’m exaggerating, but here are some actual incidents that have taken place with breast feeding mothers in the Netherlands.These are excerpts from emails that have been shared with the Shallow Man.“a worker came to me and asked me to go to the quiet area by the bathroom because it is not nice that people look at me.A view of the female bra, seen from a side; generally under loosely-fitting clothes.The bra should be as cheap and unpleasant to the eye as possible, preferably bought at the Hans Textiel closing down sale. However, I was quite surprised recently to receive a message from a reader which said that in The Hague a mother with a 3 month old baby was told she was not allowed to breastfeed at the cafe of the Mauritshuis museum.Apparently this is not exactly an isolated incident, which brings me to the subject of today’s post, essential tips for expats on breastfeeding in public. Before we address breastfeeding, it’s clear that in society there’s such a things as good breasts and bad breasts.While researching this article I actually asked members of the Expats in the Hague Facebook group if they’d ever faced any hostility while breastfeeding in public.Much to my surprise, this turned into a huge debate about the rights and wrongs of breastfeeding in public.I’ve witnessed a few mothers breastfeeding but can’t say that I’ve seen a single one whip out her boob and leave it to get some fresh air for a few minutes before attaching baby. In most cases they use a piece of cloth to cover the baby and the breast so that no members of the public fall down dead with shock at the brief glimpse of an exposed breast.What you really need to know is that the Netherlands like many other countries including the UK and the USA still has what I believe to be a minority of employees who through lack of training or outright ignorance are hostile to breastfeeding mothers.