ANSWERS: 19
  • Women should be able to breastfeed in public, that's what breasts are for. No I'm not offended.
  • nope just a part of nature :)
  • Nope and no, its perfectly natural.
  • Oh Lawd, a BOOB! Make it go away! I'm feeling titillated! Just kidding. I have no problem at all with breastfeeding in public. It's natural. The breast has been WAY over-sexualized in our culture and people get much too bent out of shape over mother's feeding their children in public.
  • Wow, I wonder what happened to my Mother's stereograph viewer...Maybe little brother has it.
  • It's natural, so no. +5
  • No one both counts. Why would that be offensive? Its perfectly natural.
  • I do not care.
  • Breast feeding must be done whenever the baby requires it regardless the place being public or private. But the women would be well advised to cover their breasts and the baby's face with a cloth or towel, while breast feeding in public, for the sake of the baby's privacy.
  • I'm not offended at all. Baby needs milk from the mother, it's all natural. Plus, if I was offended everytime I saw boobs, I'd have a hard time taking my bra off.
  • No, It doesn't offend me. Breast feeding is natural. That is what breast are for.
  • It makes me feel a bit awkward, but that's my own issue. I don't think there is anything wrong with it.
  • I don't believe I've ever been bothered or offended by tits, ever. The USA is the only nation I've ever seen that even considers the notion, although the more American culture is projected abroad, the more you see it having an effect, especially in Asia. There are these "privacy shawls" in Taiwan to avoid anyone watching you nurse. There are good points on both sides. It's funny that we want some things to be so private and yet other things, we couldn't care less about. Like, if someone caught you having sex, it would be embarrassing. But what if someone walked in on you taking a dump? Now compare that to someone walking in on you nursing your baby. How do we, as humans, determine what's socially acceptable?
  • No i think it's a wonderful sight.It allways mesmerises me,i loved watching my mother feeding my younger brother an sister
  • It doesn't bother me personally, but I think it attracts too many people with their jaws hanging; and as a mother who breastfed thinks it's best to find a quiet place away from everyone or to pump before you leave since it's really not necessary to do it out in public. Not once did I breastfeed in public; and my baby didn't even starve! I also think if you find yourself in a situation where you need to feed your baby out in public, you should find a way to not flip your boob out for everyone to see. You can use a receiving blanket or something to make what you're doing inconspicuous! That kind of offends me because it's unnecessary and if I flipped my boob out in public, I could actually be arrested for indecent exposure! LOL!
  • Well I have a son who was breastfed for the first 6 months, during that time there wasn't one situation where my girlfriend had to get her baps out in public, you know why? Because she's organised. I believe that women who breastfeed in public are either doing so for attention, or doing so because they're so disorganised, they get caught short. Now that I've said that, you'd better get your Fembot Bingo card at the ready, you're going to need it. You see, women will try to convince us that it's their right, it's natural, blah, blah, blah, well so is pissing, we don't all do that in the middle of the shopping centre, which raises another point, almost everywhere you go there are baby facilities for such things, but the attention-sekers are hardly going to get noticed there are they? No, better make their way to the middle of the shopping centre, dead in the centre of a cafeteria, or their favourite, at one of those seats facing into the main street in a coffee shop. If they had any decency, they'd try to be as private about it as possible, because it makes lots of people feel uncomfortable, but how are they going to get any attention that way?
  • No, not really. A baby needs to eat. She could be a little more attractive though...lol
  • Not at all.
  • No, as long as the mother shows some discretion, its no problem at all.

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