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  • Bilirubin
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Re: Commentary: In the breastfeeding debate, where are the property rights?
Reply #50
shit guys, I swore I logged out of my recusant account. guys, I'm super sorry. This must be really confusing.
If its funny once its always funny right?

Re: Commentary: In the breastfeeding debate, where are the property rights?
Reply #51
That joke is funny sometimes.  Not that time though.

Re: Commentary: In the breastfeeding debate, where are the property rights?
Reply #52
A few months ago the US Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit found that breastfeeding was a protected medical condition under the Pregnancy Discrimination Act. Of course that involved an employer-employee dispute which is what the Pregnancy Discrimination Act specifically addresses, but perhaps it could be argued that the decision set a precedent in regards to civil rights of breastfeeding mothers.

Re: Commentary: In the breastfeeding debate, where are the property rights?
Reply #53
shit guys, I swore I logged out of my recusant account. guys, I'm super sorry. This must be really confusing.
If its funny once its always funny right?

That's just science :colbert:

  • Bilirubin
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Re: Commentary: In the breastfeeding debate, where are the property rights?
Reply #54
Well its basically my personal motto

Re: Commentary: In the breastfeeding debate, where are the property rights?
Reply #55

Re: Commentary: In the breastfeeding debate, where are the property rights?
Reply #56
exhibit A

  • MikeS
Re: Commentary: In the breastfeeding debate, where are the property rights?
Reply #57
Can we still punch Nazi's?

  • Brother Daniel
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Re: Commentary: In the breastfeeding debate, where are the property rights?
Reply #58
legally no, morally yes (not just allowed but obligatory)