Stranger Tells Breastfeeding Mum To ‘Put Her F*cking Tits Away’ Her Response Is Perfect

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A 20-year-old mother was shamed for posting a photo of her breastfeeding her baby, and she responded in the perfect way.

Breastfeeding is the most natural way to feed a baby, it is how nature intended us to feed our children, and is scientifically proven to be the best nourishment for them, so how have we got so artificial as a society that this act is being labelled as wrong instead of encouraged?

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Aimee Wood regularly posts photos of herself feeding seven-month-old Nova on her Facebook and Instagram pages, and a stranger messaged her saying ‘Put your fukin [sic] Tits away’.

Aimee, who posts photos of her feeding her baby in a bid to reduce the stigma around breastfeeding, replied with a photo of herself giving the middle finger whilst feeding Nova.

Aimee, from Stockport, wrote:

I’d just like to point out to each and every person that my posts seem to bother, that there is a block button for a reason.

I will post 500 breastfeeding pictures a day if that’s what I wish to do. This is my profile, my daughter and MY memories.

I can share what I want and when I want, and if you don’t want to be a part of that then so be it, you will not be missed.

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Speaking to UNILAD, Aimee said:

At first I felt upset and angry but after thinking about how to respond I just basically laughed at how hypocritical people can be.

My photo was basically to show that comments aren’t going to stop me from doing what i do, and being hateful towards something that I personally find beautiful isn’t going to get the reaction you want.

He blocked me afterwards so obviously he didn’t know what to respond and clearly isn’t very smart witted.

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When we asked Aimee what she would say to young mothers worried about the stigma surrounding breastfeeding, she said: “Your baby needs your milk, not anybody’s approval.”

Women should never be shamed for breastfeeding, it is what we are supposed to do as humans.

If you have a problem with it, please remember that it’s your problem, and shouldn’t be made anyone else’s.