How can we expect to improve women’s health care when we are focused on re-labeling woman-specific anatomy as to not offend those who have no female anatomy?
As with much media coverage of the Trump administration, The New York Times’ extremely negative story elided crucial facts, was based on anonymous sources, and contained false information.
I cannot tell you how many young-mom friends of mine have referenced this scene as we talk about our adventures juggling life, friends, work, and family.
La Leche League needs to focus on helping women overcome biological obstacles to breastfeeding instead of nurturing the fetishist demands of men with breast-envy.
Sure, breastfeeding is natural, but breasts are also sexual: That’s why we don’t need to see them bare. Be courteous of others, ladies.
If we want mothers to be able to comfortably breastfeed their babies, we shouldn’t dictate how, when, and where they’re able to do so.
A mother nursing her child is the strongest image of biological connection between a parent and offspring outside the womb. As such, it must be destroyed.
Maternity leave is for the purpose of helping mom recover because, last I checked, only moms give birth. The list of things they have to recover from is impressive.
Time magazine thinks it’s surprising when women have babies.
Women who cut off their breasts then have children suddenly discover they had a use for those.
New research shows that new moms are more likely to benefit their babies with nursing if they delay getting back to outside-the-home work.
You can eat free-range eggs, organic kale, fresh juice from your Vitamix, and cruelty-free meat. For that, thank a country that boasts more economic freedom than most.
Glamming ladies up to pose breastfeeding perpetuates the oversexualization that destroys the ability of women to peacefully nurse in public.
Women shouldn’t have to compartmentalize their desires to be both good mothers and competent professionals. Here’s how professional conferences should change.
Boobs are wonderful, but they aren’t anything to get all worked up over during breastfeeding debates.
Breast-feeding wasn’t just revived by La Leche League but by those who figured out how to profit off it.
Breastfeeding is great. But government limitations on other options hamper parental freedom.
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