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  • Military Moms Proud to Breast-Feed in Uniform

    Jamie Grumet, the 26-year-old mother who started a national conversation after appearing on the cover of Time magazine breast-feeding her 3-year-old son Aram, is on the cover of the fall 2012 issue of Pathways to Family Wellness. She is shown breast-feeding Aram, who is now 4. (<a href="http://pathwaystofamilywellness.org/" target="external">Click here to read the article</a>).
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  • Military Moms Proud to Breast-Feed in Uniform

    Adrienne Pine, an assistant anthropology professor at American University, brought her sick baby to her "Sex, Gender & Culture" class according to the Washington Post (<a href="http://wapo.st/UIwyuR" target="external">LINK</a>). When the baby became irritable, Pine breast-fed the child in front of the class of 40 students, spurring a discussion about whether her action was appropriate.
    American University
  • Military Moms Proud to Breast-Feed in Uniform

    Mom2Mom, a breast-feeding support group at Fairchild Air Force base in Washington, has posted photos to its Facebook page of military moms in uniform nursing their infants. "We hope that by doing this, we can help those moms who stay-at-home, work full-time, go to school and/or are in the military," the group said on its Facebook page.
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    Alanis Morissette is seen on Good Morning America, May 31, 2012. Morrissette said that she would allow her 17-month-old son to decide when he is ready to stop breastfeeding, even if it's not until he's 6 years old. <a href="http://gma.yahoo.com/alanis-morrissette-now-mother-dives-attachment-parenting-breastfeeding-072022965--abc-news-music.html">CLICK HERE TO READ MORE.</a>
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    Jamie Lynne Grumet, 26, nurses her 3-year-old son on the cover of Time magazine May 2012. The cover generated a flurry of both criticism and praise. Grumet, who practices so-called "attachment parenting," told "Nightline" that she knew there would be backlash, but she posed anyway because she felt that someone had "to start the dialogue."
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    Dionna Ford of Kansas City, Mo., and her children, ages 4 years and 5 months. Ford was one of several nursing mothers whose photo was featured on Time Magazine's website.
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    A recent ad released by a South Korean marketing and communications agency features a baby nursing while holding an Oreo cookie, <a href="http://www.huffingtonpost.ca/2012/04/18/oreo-breastfeeding-ad_n_1435632.html" target="external">The Huffington Post reported</a>. The ad includes Oreo's slogan: "Milk's favorite cookie."
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    Kasey Kahne, driver of the #4 Red Bull Toyota, is interviewed at Phoenix International Raceway in Avondale, Ariz. Kahne found himself in hot water in Dec. 2011 when he said on Twitter that a woman's breast-feeding in public was "nasty." He later apologized.
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    Brittany Hinson breast feeds her 4-month-old son, Kennedy, during a "nurse-in" in front of the Super Target store, in Webster, Texas, Dec. 28, 2011. Women from across the country nursed their infants at Target stores in support of Texas mom Michelle Hickman, who said Target employees confronted her when she tried to nurse at the store.
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    Simone Manigo-Truell dos Santos filed a complaint after security guards at a Washington, D.C. DMV made her stop breast-feeding.
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  • Military Moms Proud to Breast-Feed in Uniform

    Actress Salma Hayek made headlines in 2009 when she breast-fed another woman's child on a good will trip to Sierra Leone. Hayek said her decision to breastfeed the child was an attempt to diminish the stigma placed on women for breast feeding. At the time she was still nursing her 1-year-old daughter.
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    Angelina Jolie graces the cover of W Magazine in a series of photos that were taken by her partner Brad Pitt in Nov. 2008.
    W Magazine
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