Today a facebook friend posted on facebook that while she was all for breast feeding and fine with it being done in public, she felt that people should be discrete and consider others by covering up. Anyhoo, the discussion got very animated and there were about 50 comments, one person who was quite vocal in her objection to public breastfeeding and over exposure commented on an experience in working on a check out in a supermarket and a woman came through feeding her baby and come time to pay the woman baby came off and as she put it 'had her b00b hanging out'. In a subsequent comment she went on to say 'How would you feel if you had to see a huge saggy breast with a nipple as big as a thumb?'. Seriously, have we come to this as women that our objection to a women feeding her baby is that if a woman breast doesn't fit into the narrow definition of how a breast *should* look (thanks p0rn, mass media, air brushing etc etc), that we use that as the basis to our derision? I can't help but wonder if the customer had a perky b cup with a socially acceptable nipple if she would have had anything to say at all. It made me both sad and disgusted at the same time.