Well, this is the article that caused the site to crash when I was away! And here is the picture that started all the controversy!
The full CNN article can be found here, but here is an exerpt:
“Gross, I am sick of seeing a baby attached to a boob,” wrote Lauren, a mother of a 4-month-old.
The evidence of public discomfort isn’t just anecdotal. In a survey published in 2004 by the American Dietetic Association, less than half — 43 percent — of 3,719 respondents said women should have the right to breast-feed in public places.
The debate rages at a time when the celebrity-mom phenomenon has made breast-feeding perhaps more public than ever. Gwyneth Paltrow, Brooke Shields, Kate Hudson and Kate Beckinsale are only a few of the stars who’ve talked openly about their nursing experiences.
The celeb factor has even brought a measure of chic to that unsexiest of garments: the nursing bra. Gwen Stefani can be seen on babyrazzi.com — a site with a self-explanatory name — sporting a leopard-print version from lingerie line Agent Provocateur.
And fellow moms recognized a white one under Angelina Jolie’s tank top on the cover of People. (Katie Holmes, meanwhile, suffered a maternity wardrobe malfunction when cameras caught her, nursing bra open and peeking out of her shirt, while on the town with fiance Tom Cruise.)
How bizarre! I can’t believe that so many people were upset by the Babytalk magazine cover! I think it is quite sweet. The subsequent articles featuring Babyrazzi drove so much traffic to go to the site that it crashed while I was away. I have since fixed the site so that that can’t happen again!
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