Transcript for Breastfeeding Mom Outraged After Stranger Posts Pic
Next up on our "Heat index." One young mother fighting back against breast-feeding shaming. She fired back after a stranger posted a picture on social media questioning her for nursing her son at a restaurant. ABC's linsey Davis has the story. Reporter: Connor Kendall says she was horrified to discover a picture of herself breast-feeding her baby posted on Facebook by a man she claims was shaming her for doing it in public. Shock, that was my initial response. Reporter: The Indiana mother was eating at a T.G.I. Friday's restaurant when it was time for her 4-month-old son to nurse. I turned away from everybody. I really didn't feel like I was that exposed. Reporter: An unidentified man also eating at the restaurant snapped a photo and uploaded it to Facebook. Posting "I want to know if this is appropriate or inappropriate as I'm trying to eat, there are little kids around" and "Could you at least cover your boo up." It hurt my feelings someone would try to shame me for taking care of my child. Reporter: The young mother was so infuriated she posted a lengthy response which has been shared online more than 63,000 times. I let him know that it's not okay to make me feel bad for feeding my child. I showed less than you see every day walking down the street. Reporter: A flood of support followed on Connor's Facebook page with one poster saying way to turn a bad situation into a positive one and another one way to stick up for yourself and all of us breast-feeding mamas. Kendall wouldn't reveal the name of the man who posted the picture out of respect for his privacy but she did tell us the man later apologized to her in a private message. For "Good morning America," linsey Davis, ABC news, new York.
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