I Use My Breasts For What Nature Intended

PUBLISHED: 19:04 20 October 2008 | UPDATED: 10:35 04 May 2010

I USED my breasts to do the job nature intended and fed my child wherever we may be. It can be done discreetly as to not offend those who have hang-ups about the human body. At the end of the day it is no different to a foal, calf, fawn, elephant, cubs su

I USED my breasts to do the job nature intended and fed my child wherever we may be. It can be done discreetly as to not offend those who have hang-ups about the human body. At the end of the day it is no different to a foal, calf, fawn, elephant, cubs suckling off its mother in the field. Who complains about that? It's the people who look at the human breast as a sexual object rather than a feeding machine that complain, and are narrow minded enough to class breast feeding with bowel evacuation and love making.

My answer to the solution, either look away or find a cafe that babies and children do not use. There are plenty to choose from.

ALISON ARNOLD

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