Entries Tagged ‘breastfeeding’

Woman “mooed” by coworkers for pumping breast milk

by Carder When she interviewed with the company in 2012, Van De Pitte told supervisors she needed some flexibility because she had two young children and was still nursing her 1-year-old son, and would need a private space where she could pump during the work day, according to the complaint. On her first day of […]

Breastfeeding mom could be arrested for bringing baby to jury duty

Laura Trickle, of Leeís Summit, delivered her daughter Axel in March and was breastfeeding when she was called for jury duty in August. She asked to be exempt from appearing, as she was breastfeeding, but received notice that she must report to court to fulfill her civic obligation and serve jury duty…. Trickle was told […]

Transgender father wants to be breastfeeding counselor

While we donít know yet what LLL will decide about Trevor and other parents like him, it highlights some of the challenges brought up by our shifting understanding of gender and identity for the womenís health movement. For LLL, the question becomes whether gender is really the most important identity marker through which to be […]

(Prolifer)ations 5-15-12

Thumbnail image for blog buzz.jpgby Susie Allen, host of the blog, Pro-Life in TN, and Kelli

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  • Coming Home outlines some technological and scientific advances of the 20th century – intended to make us happier, freer and more powerful – which have brought “catastrophic” consequences to society, and in particular, to women.

Former child actress: Attachment parenting consistent with feminism, if not liberal feminists

We care about what hormonal contraception does to your body and your brain. We research why doctors prescribe birth control to teenagers and adults who don’t have a “regular” menstrual cycle. We object to routine inductions with pitocin and interventions during labor because of the risks to the mother and the baby. We believe that […]

Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation: Breastfeeding, the “ultimate in empowerment”

To teach a mother the how and why of breastfeeding is to give her the tools to save her childís life – the ultimate in empowerment. ~ “Breastfeeding: The Most Effective Way to Save a Babyís Life,” Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation blog, June 24 While the Gateses say they do not fund abortion, their […]

Jivin J’s Life Links 6-24-10

by JivinJ, host of the blog, has been arrested after giving birth at home and then getting an adult neighbor to throw the infant boy’s body in the trash… Houston police said no adults were present – only another 14-year-old and two 11-year-olds – when the girl gave birth April 16, and the group learned […]

(Prolifer)ations 1-25-10

by Susie Allen, TN pro-life activist Rick’s Blog reports on the ethics complaints brought by pro-aborts against former KS attorney general Phill Kline – simply for upholding the law. Stand for Life blogs about the CDC’s 2006 report on causes of death in the US: How many deaths by abortion were there in 2006?†The total […]


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