The Australian musical comedy duo Sparrow-Folk exposes, literally, the menace that is public breastfeeding.
Nurse-flashing wasn’t a term. Until now. When I invented it. But it’s a serious problem. It is when a woman shoves her breast into
your her baby’s face in public. Luckily, this self-indulgent nutritionistic practice is getting called out. Last month, for instance, the notoriously boob-phobic and modest establishment called Victoria’s Secret told a customer she could not breastfeed her baby in the dressing room. Though technically private, a dressing room is, apparently, a sacred and boob-free space. But don’t worry. The sensitive employee provided excellent customer service by suggesting that the woman breast feed in a more appropriate venue: the end of a very long alley, where nobody would see her.
Below Australian musical duo Sparrow-Folk confesses that mothers revel in ruining people’s days with their “tits.”
Transcript coming soon.
Katie Halper can’t wait to get married and have kids and terrorize the public with her you-know-whats.