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How many times must a mother breastfeed her baby in a public toilet stall before she breaks? UK poet Hollie McNish was fed up by the attitudes she encountered: that breastfeeding must be hidden, and that maybe a mother should just stay home for a year or two until her child is weaned. This shame sells a lot of formula. In this spoken word performance, McNish says what she thinks, in colorful everyday language that may be NSFW. The text of the poem is at the YouTube page. -via Daily Picks and Flicks

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This! This so much.

This should not even be an issue. If a child is old enough to ask a question, he/she is old enough to get an (truthful) answer. If an adult is not mature enough to deal with reality he/she should stay at home in their fantasy world and not attempt to drag us all into it.

What is wrong with the world, why are there so many imbeciles around?

Evolution and survival of the fittest should take care of the masses of incompetent idiots, but we cater to them, so they survive and they reproduce and they take space and resources. And then when we all struggle, they demand we provide for them.

I am intolerant of stupidity.
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