Have you ever felt like society has been standing in the way of breastfeeding?

Did you have to return to work before you were ready or did you ever receive incorrect breastfeeding information?

Are you sick and tired of the sexualization of breasts?

If your answer is an enthusiastic YES, then you will be cheering during this episode.  Go listen.

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Things we talked about:

So many societal barriers to breastfeeding [4:20]

Shitty maternity leave [4:38]

It’s UNDOABLE [7:25]

Expectations [7:55]

Functioning in a society that is unfunctionable [8:51]

Aggressive formula marketing [9:22]

Who won the bid? [13:58]

Mommy Wars [17:53]

This week’s shout out [21:31]
South East Michigan IBCLC’s of Color



Sexualizing breasts [23:18]

Abby wants wings [24:56]

Misinformation [26:10]

Bed sharing directly related to breastfeeding [29:43]

Lack of resources for new parents [32:05]

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