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What I’ve gathered over my time breastfeeding is that there is a shockingly large number of people that view it as inappropriate.I’ve read comments like “I don’t want my kids seeing that,” or comparing the act of breastfeeding to things like sex, public urination, etc.This billboard does nothing more than to sexualize and make inappropriate, something that is neither.

It was called (also an online dating site) and it was also a perfect example of how any kind of hype – as long as it is related to sex – is used by the media unquestioningly.” Seery said the two dating websites claim a combined total of 200 000 members.

The website offers initial membership free, but subscription rates come into effect after this, with no refunds. That way you can be sure before you buy,” the site says, with payment scales after this not disclosed.

When asked what the inspiration was for the billboard concept, a spokesman replied: “The tagline appeals to the target market; the majority of cougars are single moms.

And we thought it would be a good way to get their attention and make a splash.” The website describes a cougar as a woman older than 35 seeking or involved with a “cub”, – a man at least five years younger.

And we, the media, do the rest for you – like this.

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