Discussion in 'Current Events' started by RadiomanATL, Apr 10, 2010.
Breastfeeding rooms hidden in health care law - CNN.com
i just saw an episode of Penn & Tellers Bullshit....that dealt with this...pretty funny...
Not a bad idea. It should have been out in the open, and not hidden.
The college where I go has breast feeding rooms in each building on campus. Gives a bit of peace and security to the moms, and the best possible food for the kids.
I personally don't see why people have an issue with it. And it may just be that folks are laid back here, but you see moms doing it here often, just being very discrete with a towel or a blanket.
This makes so much sense for companies with no breastfeeding mothers.
What a great use of capital resources.
In my last company, I had several new moms on staff. As they returned to work, we juggled offices to make a private space for them - it was on an adhoc as needed basis - and we did it voluntarily. I would have been outraged to preserve a Breastfeeding Temple for the times when it wasn't needed.
I think requiring companies by federal law to have a special room is a bit much.
FOR GOD'S SAKE----THEY ARE JUST TITS !
It's a freakin room.
Talk about overreaction.
Note so I don't get 50 other responses on this post. I'm calling her rhetoric over this a bit of a overreaction.
And some of them are just magnificant tits.
This country is still chained to some puritan ways thanks to certain people.
They don't have this problem in Europe I'm willing to bet.
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