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Mom Responds To Being Shamed For Breastfeeding In Art Museum, And Twitter Loves It

By Collin Gossel

Women who breastfeed in public continue to be shamed for it, despite the fact that it's a perfectly normal and healthy part of life that need not be sexualized or frowned upon. The latest incident occurred this past weekend in London's Victoria and Albert Museum courtyard, where a woman was asked to cover up while breastfeeding despite being surrounded by countless pieces of art depicting shirtless women. 

The woman, @Vaguechera, then unleashed some brutal sass, tweeting out countless pictures of women bearing their breasts in art and throwing some shade in her captions: