The Chattanooga, Tennessee-based business owner believes her post has gone viral because “other breastfeeding or former breastfeeding moms are angry that it happened,” she tells PEOPLE.
Dillard’s did issue an apology to Hale, commenting on her post: “Dillard’s strives to create a pleasing and comfortable shopping experience for all our guests at all times.
In an earlier phone interview with Huff Post, Jordan had said that the billboard is making the case that breastfeeding, much like a romance between an older woman and younger man, is beautiful and should be accepted in society.
They give information and practical advice about developing a close and loving relationship with your baby; preparing for breastfeeding when you are pregnant; the benefits of breastfeeding; the difference between breast milk and formula; skin-to-skin contact at birth and the first magical hour; how breastfeeding works (including positioning and attachment); breastfeeding when you are out and about; going back to work and a troubleshooting guide.
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A billboard that sexualizes the act of breastfeeding has been deemed too racy for the streets of Los Angeles.
The poster, an advertisement for Cougar Life.com, shows a naked woman breastfeeding her baby.
In the billboard advertisement, a thought bubble floats above the child's head with a one-word question: "Jealous?