|Isn't this offensive? Shield your kids!|
This is not even about extended nursing (or as I like to call it, "regular length" nursing) In fact, I'd love for it be a non-issue altogether. This is just how we were designed. No matter how you personally feel about it, nursing a two year old is normal. The worldwide weaning average is still 4 years, so in many houses, nursing a five or six year old is normal too.
This is about an utterly ridiculous, and illogical, law whose goal it is to exert more control over the masses. It's not about nudity (as it claims) because if it were, short shorts would have to be outlawed too. They show far more skin than a breastfeeding mother. Tube tops, tank tops, anything cleavage-baring: a million times more revealing than a nursing mom.
Heck, let's pass laws about flip-flops and hem lines and sheer fabrics.
Is it about someone feeding or comforting their child? Maybe the-powers-that-be feel that becomes inappropriate once the child is two? Then outlaw pacifiers in public too. Outlaw sippy cups. Outlaw those little round snack containers packed with Cheerios. You probably ought to outlaw hugs too, and holding your child all together, lest anyone get the wrong idea. And for pete's sake, have your child's birth certificate readily available, because they reserve the right to verify their age at any time.
Such a bold and productive new step for our country. Way to go, Georgia.
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