Students Create Ads To Support Breastfeeding Moms In Public

In order to support the argument that breastfeeding mothers and their babies deserve more rights and respect, art students, Johnathan Wenske and Kris Haro, from the University of North Texas created a series of ads showing mothers breastfeeding their babies in public bathroom stalls.

Photo: Johnathan Wenske
Photo: Johnathan Wenske
Photo: Johnathan Wenske
Photo: Johnathan Wenske
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Photo: Johnathan Wenske

The text on the ads read:

Would you eat here? By law, breastfeeding mothers are not protected from harassment and refusal of service in public, often forcing them to feed in secluded spaces such as public bathrooms. To help take a stand, visit whennurturecalls.org, because a baby should never be nurtured where nature calls.

The subject of breastfeeding in public places, such as restaurants, has come up a lot in the media lately. Many restaurants have received backlash when owners have banned breastfeeding from their establishments. Where do you stand on this subject?

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