Sunday, January 3, 2016

LET'S NORMALIZE BREASTFEEDING


Hey guys, hope you are all having a splendid day?! With this topic, I'll go straight to the point with what I think about it. Ladies, your breasts are your mammary glands. Their biological use is for breastfeeding your babies. Your breasts change and acquire milk during pregnancy to provide the most essential nutrients for your babies. Babies acquire the innate ability to suck while they are still in the womb. It is your blessing and the babies' right to be fed and taken care of by you. Do you know that your breast form a bond between you and your baby while breastfeeding? Breastfeeding also benefits you in more ways than you could ever quantify. For instance, studies have shown that women who breastfeed go back faster to their pre-pregnancy weight than women who don't. On another note ladies, your breast are not primarily to sexually attract men to you. This is the distorted belief that has infiltrated a lot of people's minds that makes them shame mothers who breastfeed their children when and wherever the child demands it.

If you have a problem with women who breastfeed their babies wherever and whenever their babies are hungry, you should re-evaluate yourself. Frankly speaking, you have a problem and it's not caused by these innocent mothers. The root of your problem is the pervasion and pollution of the human minds that came with the introduction of pornography to mainstream media. Since sex sells, media creators incorporated it to their programs by sexually objectifying women's breasts to only be used as objects to attract, tempt and keep the male species attention. Frankly speaking, breastfeeding mothers should not have to pay for your perverted way of thinking. You should be attacking the media for normalizing sex and objectifying the female anatomy.

I think that breastfeeding mothers should be praised and celebrated more than they already are because they are doing one of nature's most amazing services. For those mothers who want to breastfeed their children but are discouraged, do not be discouraged. Go for it. Be proud of yourself because you're doing a great job. For more information about breastfeeding, visit Breatfeedingmamatalk.com. You will get very valuable information that will help you start breastfeeding and stay with it for as long as it is necessary for you and your baby.In the mean time, when you see a mama breastfeeding her baby, give her a smile and tell her she is doing a great job!