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    I don't think they have overstepped any boundaries as far as the cover goes I think the caption and blurb are misleading though. Would be interested to read the actual article if anyone knows where I can find it?

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    Some of the comments are so sad

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    I think it's a great cover ..it will sell plenty of mags ..due to shock and interest ...

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    Nope. The comments below are upsetting and stupid though.

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    It's not even 9 am and I'm sick of hearing how creepy and weird I am for feeding into toddlerhood.

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    That is revolting.

    edit: i mean the photo, I didn't bother reading the article, in a rush

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    Would be nice if breastfeeding became popular again. Particularly bigger babies . There are many images of older children breastfeeding throughout history

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    Quote Originally Posted by ToughLove View Post
    That is revolting.

    edit: i mean the photo, I didn't bother reading the article, in a rush
    Wow. Revolting is a very strong and hurtful word to use!

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