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Breastfeeding: Why Are We So Squeamish About It? -

(CNN) -- Every time I hear about another case of a woman breastfeeding her baby in a restaurant, department store or on a plane who is asked to cover up, head to the bathroom or leave altogether, I wonder why in 2014 we remain so incredibly uncomfortable with breastfeeding in public. In one of the most recent examples that garnered national attention, a mom in Beverly Hills says she was escorted to the bathroom at an Anthropologie store when she was breastfeeding her six-week-old baby. Outraged, she took to social media and less than a day later more than 100 women staged a "nurse-in" at the store to protest. Beaverton, Oregon, was the site of another recent " nurse-in " after a breastfeeding mom was asked to cover up in a restaurant. Pic of breastfeeding grad goes viral Dad's breastfeeding campaign goes viral Delta to breast-feeding mom: Cover up In both cases, reaction was decidedly mixed. <br>Source:

Hey, it worked for Madonna, Cher, and Gisele, right? "It was just my choice," she told Us Kim K Superstar stream Weekly , without further explanation. So far, Papa Bruce hasn't voiced his opinion on the matter. Khloe is An Awesome Bridesmaid In a new clip from the Keeping Up with the Kardashians season finale, Khloe arrives in Florence, Italy on a jet and is too hungover to function. Clearly she drank some water and got her act together in time for her sister's vows, but ouch. <br>Source:

In a new interview with Access Hollywood, Lovato spoke candidly about her own body image issues. She maintained that the media held a large part in her struggle growing up, as there wasnt much variety in representation of body types. When I was growing up and when I was a pre-teen, the people that I had to look up to [for] body image [were] extremely underweight [They] were all very bony at that time, and that was the in thing, she said. As for her transformation from the early 2000s to today, Lovato says she feels happier and healthier now than she did when she was thinner and dealing with major social pressures to stay thin. The very first time that I ever went to the VMAS, I just looked so bony and fragile and unhappy, said Lovato. Yes, I was at the VMAs and I was 16 and I was having an incredible time, but at the same time I was miserable. Lovato acknowledges public figures like Kim Kardashian and Beyonce for redefining beauty standards and pushing women to accept their bodies in all their curvy glory! <br>Source:

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