I've heard countless of times from mothers "I didn't have enough milk so that's why I stopped breastfeeding. I was shocked when couple women from India advised me to stuff my baby with more solids so that he could breastfeed less and I could be free.
Asian are generally understanding and in my experience, not many will stares, except kids. The availability varies by institution.
On the whole, all the interviewed groups saw childbirth as an essential role for women in society, either for the benefits it bestows upon the mother or for the honour it brings to her family. For example at a wedding, church or in the office people you would cover your breast while breastfeeding or wear something that would not reveal your breast to maintain some level of modesty.
I very sorry for this my current husband. In America, women who breastfeed in public most often cover the top of their breast with a nappie, but in Japan, the women I saw just bared the whole breast shamelessly while carrying on conversation.
In each case, the award is intended for students specializing in cancer nursing. And this runs rampant through government. In fact, if a mother's baby cries in a public place, everyone requests them to breast feed the child.
In precolonial times, polygyny was encouraged, especially for wealthy men. In contrast, most female artisans are only involved in either hairdressing or dressmaking. And what could be better than love-turned-milk.
The belief of Africans specifically the Yorubas is that breastfeeding is an ingredient of promotion of closeness to mothers and a concept of bringing the mother and child closer to one another.
Thanks for posting all the comments from different countries. It was surprising to me, because in general Japanese women are very modest about their breasts and rarely show cleavage or wear sexy tops.
My next door neighbor's 20 month old still drinks some formula from a sippy-cup and the mother gives the remainder to the neighborhood cats. People still stare at a mother breast feeding. As a breastfeeding mother and a promote, supporter and protector of breastfeeding I know my rights and I dont mind breastfeeding at any point as long as my baby wants to eat because I know no one can feed under a blanket so I dont even cover my baby because I know what magic breastmilk has not only to my babyma but the community too.
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