Anyone can take the place of an astronaut, an engineer, a doctor, or name any other career out there, but no one can take the place of a mother in a child’s life. If you are married and have children, no one can take your place and your time and energy should be going to caring for these important people in your life, not given to strangers who could replace you in a blink of an eye.
Dennis [Prager] also brought up something that happened in the Australian Parliament. A senator nursed her baby while the Parliament was in session. She has no problem showing her breasts to men while she is nursing her baby. Why not? Men can go shirtless and there’s no problem with it. Since men and women are now equal in every way, according to feminism, this shouldn’t be a problem, right? Wrong. They fail to realize that men will always have an attraction for women’s breasts. God made them this way: “Let her be as the loving hind and pleasant roe; let her breasts satisfy thee at all times; and be thou ravished always with her love” (Proverbs 5:19).
Then I hear of Ivanka Trump trying to convince her father, our President, to create another enormous government program to pay for childcare for mothers so they can have careers and not worry about the financial situation. All of these are lies that our culture keeps screaming at us and trying to pull us away from the life that God has planned for us!
God made you a woman for a reason. He gave you a womb to bear children. He gave you breasts to nourish your baby and satisfy your husband. He made you soft for your baby to cuddle with you and your husband to enjoy. He made you the weaker vessel and your husband stronger to provide and protect you. He made you love beauty so you could use your desire for beauty to make your homes places of beauty for your families and all who enter. It’s all a part of His wonderful and perfect plan for you.
Lori Alexander, The Transformed Wife, Happy to Say “I am a Wife and Mother!”, May 17, 2017
Modern Alternative Mama has a hilarious take on WHY women should NOT breastfeed in public:
- You might make a full-grown adult uncomfortable
- You might give an adult a sore neck, from having to look away so hard
- You have to teach that baby that other peoples’ needs for “comfort” come before their basic right to eat
- Your baby’s lungs need exercise, and what better way to get that than by letting them scream from hunger
- You might accidentally flash some nipple and give someone a heart attack — that’s a public health risk!
- Your baby needs to learn that his wants can’t always be met immediately
- You might put other parents in an uncomfortable position — maybe they’re not ready for “the talk” with their children (you know, about breasts)
- It’s disgusting — I mean, breast milk is practically like pee, how unsanitary
- You need to learn a lesson about planning your baby’s feedings better
- You need to care a whole lot about society’s opinion of your parenting
You can read Kate’s entire article here.