The event comes after Alyssa Milano defended breastfeeding in public on "The Wendy Williams Show."
Others responded to Gray's comment, urging the restaurant to inform their employees of a mother's right to breastfeed in
Breastfeeding in public has been a hot button global debate over parental rights and public behaviors for decades. New furor ignited recently in England when a mother was ousted from a store for nursing her child.
No one would breastfeed for a year (which is really just the minimum recommendation) if we could not continue with our lives while doing so. If we were stuck at home, unable to go shopping, eat at restaurants or play with our older children, it would be impossible.
And so, around 50 protesters showed up on Tuesday holding signs -- and babies -- to educate the public about breastfeeding
“This incident is so much bigger than myself or just getting an apology from Hollister! It opens the door for the great people
According to the news station, other diners were offended by Jane's exposed breast, and they complained. Tooky Mills' manager
On Saturday, more than 600 moms and babies gathered on the West Lawn in Washington D.C. to participate in the "Great Nurse
Join breastfeeding moms and advocates by observing National Breastfeeding Month during the month of August.
Is Blomberg igniting an international movement? The Local points out that, "While the actual influence of Blomberg's tweeting
Moms who are protesting and campaigning to destigmatize breastfeeding in public have a new face supporting their cause: Beyonce
The space opened Jan. 27 and will be available 24 hours a day until Monday. The small room, 10 feet by 12 feet, is big on
Her theory holds that with repeated exposure, society will just get over it and there won't be all those highly-publicized
Best for Babes says employees aren't implementing this policy. "We have contacted Target headquarters and have offered to
That day, 40 moms showed up at the Clock Tower and breastfed their babies in front of Christmas shoppers. While there is