When I had my first child at 19, I lived to breastfeed in public. I’d grown up amid the Nestle boycott protesting that company’s international anti-breastfeeding campaigns, and I’d come of age in Asia and Europe, where no one gawked at the exposure of a breastfeeding woman. Back home in the United States, Americans’ squeamishness about breastfeeding struck me as both puritanical and anti-child-health. So, I fed my baby daughter whenever she … Keep Reading!!!