Earlier this week, we wrote about Natalie Hegedus, a young Michigan mother who claims she was “humiliated” after a judge called her out for breastfeeding in court. Women across the country were outraged that a judge would find this sort of behavior in his courtroom to be inappropriate. As we noted previously, Michigan is is […]
Like it or not, for some women, breastfeeding is part and parcel of being a new mother. So what happens when you’re a breastfeeding mother but life just isn’t cooperating with you? What happens when you have to start nursing in a public place, and that place just so happens to be a courtroom? Here’s what one judge has to say about whipping out a boob in public….
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