This is a slight overreaction imo. You're taking it so personally when infact these guidelines and recommendations are designed to help and educate parents into safe sleeping habits, parents need to hear it and not become complacent. You may find it perfectly safe, but alot of people don't. I once fell asleep after bf my newborn and woke up with my arm covering her face, that could have been disastrous and it's upsetting to think about. No one is telling YOU what to do, but people need to realise that you can move when your asleep without realising and things can go wrong. What's so hard about putting the baby back in their cots after a feed? I had their bassinetts right next to my bed to make it easier, I never took the chance of falling asleep again.