At the end of this post is an interesting article written about breastfeeding from a biblical pastor's wife's point-of-view and her reasoning why it's completely normal and should not be viewed as sexual in nature. It goes on to say how it nurture's both mother and child personal relationship covered versus uncovered. She also gives examples of women breastfeeding in public going back at least 100 years when it was the norm, before modern society linked all breasts in a sexual way (and people wonder why men look as women as objects instead of people when women go out of their way to cater to certain fetishes). I agree with the article written; I'll even go further and say that if a mother can breastfeed she should even if it is in public (because I know someone will say 'But not all women can breastfeed'). This is all opinionated for everyone who is not a parent. I know Jess has a child, but I don't know for anyone else; I don't think so, so I'm sorry if I'm mistaken. What are your thought parent, non-parent, soon-to-be-parent? Specifically I'm looking for women's replies for obvious reasons, but men if you have an opinion don't hold back. Breastfeeding Article - It takes a good ~5 minutes to read the whole thing and look at the pictures she provides. She has many children and breastfed them all.