Chestfeeding and human milk (trigger warning)

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Do you support chest feeding and human milk? Please note below spoiler is a trigger warning:

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chest feeding = breast feeding, and human milk = mother's milk


Hospitals are renaming to avoid gender stereotypes.

Article: https://news.sky.com/story/hospital-...vices-12214018
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There's already a thread on this just saw now by Napp so you can close this one.
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I can't see Napp's post, so I'll post here.

Meh. It's been devised with the people it intends to be inclusive to, and they seem be very careful not to erase women and motherhood. There are more important things to worry about tbh.
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Liberal athiest: 'religious people are crazy and believe a load of unscientific nonsense'

Also liberal atheists: 'I'm just going to go and chest feed my non binary infant'
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I find it hard to believe that this is truly being done in the the interests of inclusion. If this is not a bad joke, it must be a deliberate attempt to provoke division and conflict. Any lactating human produces milk from the same organ, the mammery gland, commonly known as the breast. What's the problem with the term breast feeding? "Chest feeding" is just ridiculous. "Human milk", I don't think is as bad, but still can't see what the problem with calling it "breast milk". Is "mother" also "not inclusive"? What's the acceptable alternative to refer to a person who gives birth?
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Ill give this thread............15 posts.
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(Original post by Vapordave)
I can't see Napp's post, so I'll post here.

Meh. It's been devised with the people it intends to be inclusive to, and they seem be very careful not to erase women and motherhood. There are more important things to worry about tbh.
yet they are trying erase to words like "woman" and "motherhood" and reserve them only for people born with a pen*s
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