Breastfeeding: an Act of Female Power… Feminism in its Purest Form.
Sheer brilliance from Dr. Christiane Northrup
Delta's Breastfeeding Debacle on Twitter | One Woman Marketing -
Delta tells a mom she can’t breastfeed without a cover … less than a day after encouraging Twitter followers to flash their “…smile” in Mardis Gras.
Ladies, if you care about breastfeeding, you might want to drop Delta Airlines a line and let them know it is NOT okay to tell new moms they’re forbidden to nurse without a cover… and then turn around and joke about flashing boobs for beads at Mardi Gras.
So not cool! Totally disgusted with Delta and I hope the wrath of the mommyverse comes down on them hard.
This is not the mama you are looking for. (Although she doesn’t seem to mind!)
As seen from a tour bus in Denali National Park. Amazing!
I keep saying I’m going to “retire” this Tumblog and not post anymore, as my daughter and I have finally, truly, wonderfully weaned… but then I see things like this and I think, how can I not share that!?
Goodbye, Breastfeeding. -
Breastfeeding is leaving us. I walked into the living room a couple weeks ago and her bags were by the door. I ran to the room where Logan, my 4-year-old, was playing. “Logan!” I shouted, “Did you …
Community Post: 25 Historical Images That Normalize Breastfeeding -
Proof that the “as-long-as-you-cover-up” mentality hasn’t been around for very long…
Amazing 1910 photograph.
I want to believe she’s a paid wet nurse and not enslaved. I also want to believe that her own baby is doing just fine and she has enough milk for two. Please let that be what happened. I can’t bear to think otherwise.
Originally posted here. Here’s the original citation:
Type de « négresse » d’Adana Nourrice noire allaitante éditions G. Mizrahi, Adana, carte postale, 9 x 14, vers 1910