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View Poll Results: Would you use the milktent
Yes, while bf'ing you should be covered by a huge tent 3 8.33%
Yes, it looks comfy! 0 0%
Yes, but only if I was feeding a massive baby/man-child 0 0%
No, it's ridiculous and huge 18 50.00%
Maybe if I was feeding an elephant or something 9 25.00%
No (other) 1 2.78%
Steak and potatoes 5 13.89%
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Old 11-28-2012, 08:03 PM
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Did anyone else notice the model has no pants on. So much for modesty.
Maybe she is wearing a pair of girl-boxers or something? It looks like she is at home so maybe she is in her Lounge clothes or if she isn't maybe she has a pair of shorts on that are obscured by the thing.
Ok I'm all for covering up or whatever while breast feeding in public or going somewhere private but I think having this huge thing on defeats the purpose of modesty as it to me would draw more attention then a simple towel-cover (like my mom used) is sufficient.

I voted "it's rediculous & huge"
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Um..that thing is insane.
I mean, at that point, let's just make breastfeeding mom put on Burkas.
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Old 11-28-2012, 08:08 PM
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No (other).

It's ugly!!!

If I try really hard I can see the merits of a milk-tent vs a nursing cover (who doesn't like room to maneuver??), but I'd never sport something so ugly.
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Yeah drawing attention to oneself seems counterintuitive to the subject of modesty, doesn't it?

Breast feeders: are there things out there for those who find it nessessary to cover up (because lets face ... some places make a stink about it ... or so my mom says) that aren't so ... Ugly?
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Yes there is but they are a waste of money and no place can make a stink about it.
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Maybe things have changes since I was a baby but mom told me that a few places (restaurants) told her she couldn't "openly breast feed" because ppl were complaining about it so she used a cloth to cover me so she said.

By stink I mean they can polietely tell the woman that other customers aren't comfortable wih it. Why are they a waste of money?
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Heck no.

But if I meant I could feed a baby elephant which would mean I had a baby elephant going everywhere with me, then maybe yes.

If it was a baby giraffe, then definitely.

Though in both cases I'm not sure why it would be necessary as they would have, you know, bottles.
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Maybe things have changes since I was a baby but mom told me that a few places (restaurants) told her she couldn't "openly breast feed" because ppl were complaining about it so she used a cloth to cover me so she said.

By stink I mean they can polietely tell the woman that other customers aren't comfortable wih it. Why are they a waste of money?
They cant legally ask you to cover up or go anywhere.

Because babies pull them off and they arent easy to manuver with.
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Yeah drawing attention to oneself seems counterintuitive to the subject of modesty, doesn't it?

Breast feeders: are there things out there for those who find it nessessary to cover up (because lets face ... some places make a stink about it ... or so my mom says) that aren't so ... Ugly?
There are some cute nursing covers that are sort of like aprons, with a piece of plastic sewn into the collar to hold the fabric off baby's face. I wish I'd had one with my son but they're expensive and he's all weaned. Some can be loud and ugly too, it really depends on the print.

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Maybe things have changed since i was a baby (I mean that was 30 years ago ... Dating myself I know :/) I haven't even seen anyone BF in public at least in my neck of the woods but I live in a very conservative state so that might be part of it.
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