Saturday, March 27, 2004

From the San Francisco Gate:

The ensuing debate is -- to women's rights advocates -- a clarifying look at the contradictory nature of a culture that shudders in horror at the sight of a breast with a suckling baby while celebrating the for-adults-only version of the breast in every possible forum.


It is a situation that has been repeated frequently over the years despite the law, according to Nancy Solomon, the senior staff attorney for the California Women's Law Center in Los Angeles.

In fact, she and others say, most breast-feeding women still hustle to a private area at feeding time or, if they can't find one, hold off feeding their babies. And yet, Solomon said, a person can scarcely walk past a billboard or turn on a television set without being confronted by depictions of cleavage.


Somebody woke up.
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