Should women be able to breast-feed anywhere they have the right to be?
Asked at Massachusetts Street on February 3, 2006
“Yes. It’s an essential part of being a woman, and not being able to breast-feed where they need to is taking away a right that is exclusive to women, which is sexist.”
“I don’t think so. It’s an issue of public decency. It probably would make a lot of people uncomfortable. They should do it in private or prepare a bottle to bring with them.”
“That’s kind of tricky. In public, yes, they should, but it should definitely be discreet. I have a baby, so I understand, but some people get offended and don’t want to see it.”
“In the case of a business, I think it should be within their right to decide if they want to let them or not.”