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First senator to breast feed in Australian parliament
« on: May 10, 2017, 05:17:36 PM »
What do yall think about Larissa Waters breastfeeding in parliament?

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Re: First senator to breast feed in Australian parliament
« Reply #1 on: May 10, 2017, 05:34:27 PM »
http://conservativepoliticalforum.com/news-board/larissa-waters-breastfeeding-in-parliament/

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Re: First senator to breast feed in Australian parliament
« Reply #2 on: May 10, 2017, 05:44:18 PM »
Breast-feeding is a natural, normal maternal instinct. I only watched the video for a few moments...yes women are going to continue to have babies and yes, we want women in politics, but as a grandmother and mother, I think there is an appropriate time and place to breastfeed.  Certainly, I would think that the woman could have taken her child into a more secluded area to share that "private moment" with her child before she entered the chambers. Sharing the private moment with the entire parliament and now the world (via you tube) is perhaps making a statement that breastfeeding should be acceptable in the workplace, but I see it as going a bit too far and only doing what she did to prove a point that what she is doing is politically correct.  As a mommy you make a choice; either stay home and care for the child or put the child in daycare.  There are many workplaces that now offer on-site daycare where a mother can take breaks throughout the day to go and breastfeed her child.  It is not a matter of the actual act of breastfeeding being inappropriate but the matter of breastfeeding at an inopportune time.  Yes, I realize babies get hungry when they get hungry, but most babies become accustomed to some type of feeding schedule that certainly could be accommodated to a working mother.  How would it be if mommy works at Walmart as a cashier?  Would it be appropriate to tell the customer ... hold on a minute ... little Sally is crying and the proceed to breastfeed??  I think not!!  If onsite daycare was available and the mother knows that little Sally's next feeding schedule is at 12:30 ... at 12:30 the cashier goes on break to the onsite daycare facility to breastfeed her child.
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Re: First senator to breast feed in Australian parliament
« Reply #3 on: May 10, 2017, 05:48:02 PM »
What do yall think about Larissa Waters breastfeeding in parliament?

No one gives a Fuck! That's why it was moved to the MSM Distraction forum the first time you posted it!
It has absolutely nothing to do with American politics, and no one cares that she fed her damned baby, a very natural thing for mothers with newborns to do.
If you want to be a part of this forum, I suggest you start by commenting on existing threads and quit posting nonsense!
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Re: First senator to breast feed in Australian parliament
« Reply #4 on: May 11, 2017, 04:31:08 AM »
Breast-feeding is a natural, normal maternal instinct. I only watched the video for a few moments...yes women are going to continue to have babies and yes, we want women in politics, but as a grandmother and mother, I think there is an appropriate time and place to breastfeed.  Certainly, I would think that the woman could have taken her child into a more secluded area to share that "private moment" with her child before she entered the chambers. Sharing the private moment with the entire parliament and now the world (via you tube) is perhaps making a statement that breastfeeding should be acceptable in the workplace, but I see it as going a bit too far and only doing what she did to prove a point that what she is doing is politically correct.  As a mommy you make a choice; either stay home and care for the child or put the child in daycare.  There are many workplaces that now offer on-site daycare where a mother can take breaks throughout the day to go and breastfeed her child.  It is not a matter of the actual act of breastfeeding being inappropriate but the matter of breastfeeding at an inopportune time.  Yes, I realize babies get hungry when they get hungry, but most babies become accustomed to some type of feeding schedule that certainly could be accommodated to a working mother.  How would it be if mommy works at Walmart as a cashier?  Would it be appropriate to tell the customer ... hold on a minute ... little Sally is crying and the proceed to breastfeed??  I think not!!  If onsite daycare was available and the mother knows that little Sally's next feeding schedule is at 12:30 ... at 12:30 the cashier goes on break to the onsite daycare facility to breastfeed her child.

How dare you add logic to a situation.  :smile:

I wonder if she is a liberal?
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Re: First senator to breast feed in Australian parliament
« Reply #5 on: May 11, 2017, 11:55:08 AM »
I wonder if she is a liberal?


https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Larissa_Waters
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Larissa Joy Waters (born 8 February 1977) is an Australian politician
who has been a Senator for Queensland since 2011,
representing the Australian Greens.
She is currently a co-deputy leader of the party, ...


https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Australian_Greens
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The Australian Greens (commonly known as The Greens)
is an Australian green political party.

The party was formed in 1992
and is today a confederation of eight state and territory parties.
In addition to environmentalism the party cites four core values:
ecological sustainability, social justice,
grassroots democracy and peace and non-violence.
It distinguishes itself from the major parties by promoting such policies as
an end to the American alliance,
the legalisation of illicit drug use,
increases to welfare payments and taxation,
a four-day working week, and
the eradication of fossil fuel consumption and mining.
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Re: First senator to breast feed in Australian parliament
« Reply #7 on: May 11, 2017, 05:11:08 PM »
Thanks je. Why am I not surprised she is a leftist?

What she's doing in Parliament is a literal representation
of the relationship she wants everyone to have with government.
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Re: First senator to breast feed in Australian parliament
« Reply #8 on: May 12, 2017, 04:01:58 AM »
She has two and used one. End of story. Life must go on. This is how it happens.

 

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