Persuasive Essay On Breastfeeding

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Breastfeeding is a naturally occurring event which has been happening for a long time(Bushak). Many women around the world have breastfed their babies without much problems and recently women have been judged by many hypocritical people. This issue has escalated to where mothers are harassed or publicly humiliated. Breastfeeding should be public because women should not be afraid and it is a way of life.
So much money is spent on ads like for cars, foods, and even mortgage companies all using at least the attention of breast. Also in stores there are many magazines on display that do show adult content in view of a child. There are not much complaints about this, but when a mother is trying to breastfeed her child in public, most people see it “offensive, inappropriate, or gross" (Bushak). All a mother is trying to do is feed her baby. A mother does not control the baby when it is hungry. She is not trying to impose her nudeness onto anyone 's ' eyes. It’s about a baby being hungry and needing to be fed, and that mother subsequently offering her breast to the baby(Ryan). No mother should be afraid to show people that she is breastfeeding. It is something in life most women do.
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If breastfeeding is so natural and essential to reproduction, then how and why did such a negative stigma come about?(Bushak) There is nothing wrong with breastfeeding, its just that society tends to take it the wrong way.Based on heaps of research, there is no doubt that breastfeeding is better for both the mother and child than infant formula(Bushak). Breastfeeding is a way of life and people need to face it. People try to find ways to start issues that are not relevant.Mothers just need help to show that there is nothing wrong with breastfeeding in public. More breastfeeding in public may actually help remove the sexualized stigma from the breast and can change the view of
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