How to respond when you are told not to breastfeed in pubic

Breastfeeding is the most natural thing in the world, and moms have been doing it since the beginning of time. It’s a mixed-up world when you consider that in some cultures it is OK to carry a gun but it’s not OK to breastfeed your baby in public.

Many mothers have been bullied and harassed when they have breastfed in public. When Marianna, the mother of a 10-month-old, found out the nursing room at Babies R’ Us was occupied, she looked for another spot to feed her crying son. She found a secluded spot and began breastfeeding the boy when a staff member came up and informed her that she was not allowed to feed her son outside of the nursing room. It’s kind of shocking that a store that caters to baby’s needs isn’t supportive or accommodating to a breastfeeding mother.

Next time that someone tells you that you need to go and breastfeed in private, shut up them up with one of our great comebacks.

Best comebacks when you are told not to breastfeed in public

1. That IS what boobs were made for… NOT just for men to oogle!

2. If breastfeeding in public disturbs you, put a blanket over YOUR head!

3. Do you often look this closely at women’s breasts?”

4. Let me see how far I can squirt, I bet I can get you in the eye!

5. My son has a right to eat when he is hungry, not when it is convenient for you.

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Got any comments, questions or tips for dealing with a person who tells you not to breastfeed in public? Share them in the comments below.

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