Curious intro to a blog:
In 2012, breastfeeding entered mainstream American dialogue as either a polarizing or a unifying topic for a wide variety of mothers, parents, employers and public officials across the country....
It was amid this stirring of public discussion that a survey completed by Lansinoh  asked mothers in the U.S. as well as in the United Kingdom, Germany and Turkey how they feel about breastfeeding in public, how strongly they connect breastfeeding to children's health and what motivates them in their feeding choices.
Some of the results were surprising.
The survey revealed that the biggest fear breastfeeding moms in the U.S. have is nursing in public.