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You can feed and be respectful of others. No different than wearing a mask. A light gauze cover or a shirt pulled up does the trick.
What an idiot professor. You have to feed a baby when it needs feeding. You can't ignore it. And with so many people home with kids there are lots of child and pet distractions in online classes and work meetings worldwide.
Oh for god sake some of you are just the most awful people. Just awful.
She is feeding her baby and has every right to do it, unimpeded, wherever she wants. For Christ’s sake
The guys who think breastfeeding is inappropriate 🤡
Just for clarity.
The Mother: [quietly sends email to professor notifying of current newborn and breastfeeding challenge.]
Mothers request: I need to turn off camera and mic at times to feed newborn who is mostly likely on 1-2 hr feeding schedule.
Professor: No I'm the only person you should give attention too. you are not allowed to turn off mic and camera.
Professor[attention seeking] violates students privacy and announces the issue to the entire class.
School: It is against school policy to violate student privacy like this
The LAW: also against the law to deny a mother to breastfeed an infant.
Nature: Not breastfeeding in a timely manner causes pain to the mother and the breast leek involuntarily.
If women don't pump in a timely manner it can be painful. Also babies waiting to eat is not really a thing. The fact that she was courteous enough to let him know why she was turning off her mic and camera was great and all she should have needed to do.
Yes it is ❤but you should have covered it with a scarf since its a class and it do sounds weird for them!
Cover yourself up ladies. If a teacher is making a announcement stating not do inappropriate things during class time. Obviously it makes him feel uncomfortable. These ladies dont understand that..
most natural thing for a mother and child to do if people get offended tough
Bande de gros con c est naturel bande de dégénérés
The government wants to force women to have babies but could care less about anything after that. I’m so glad that the breastfeeding laws exist.
YOU SHOULD BE THE ONE THAT WHAITS SINCE YOURE BEING PAYED....
Most college professors, specifically males tend to be really removed from reality. I mean I know classes I had women were able to bring their babies, and if it started crying they just stepped out for a while outside the door, but where they could still hear the lecture, etc. but there were a few specifically in the larger classes like 100+ in the auditorium and I am just making note that the weird ones were always foreign born males, (deep accents, mannerisms, etc.) to be specific who would say and do weird like idk like stuff they should know is insensitive, disrespectful, and such, but they get away with because of tenure. I recently was taking an online class and this professor slammed his hand down and basically yelled at this woman because her kid came in wanting her to make lunch and said if it happened again she’d be kicked out of the class. Like, wtf?
Je trouve ça très naturel
so many creatures on here, in 2020, demanding her to cover up. horrible. you have unsolved problems, so instead of telling her what to do with her own body and baby, consult a psychotherapist and deal with your issues the right way! breasts are there for the baby, NOT for perverts and small-minded people who see them as sex toys only and are offended if presented in a different setting. mind your own business and while doing so, better stay in your cave.
Why does she have to do anything??? She's FEEDING A BABY.
Is it mandatory that you must turn on your camera? Were you trying to get permission from him before breastfeeding your baby or were you unnecessarily looking for attention?
Disgusted by some of the negative comments not only towards breast feeding but towards women 😡
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