The Time Magazine breastfeeding cover and story on attachment parenting are A-O-K with at least one major organization, despite the ruckus it caused.
Bettina Forbes, co-founder of Best for Babes - an advocacy group dedicated to educating moms about breastfeeding - defended the controversial image.
Forbes says three is NOT too old to be breastfeeding, and that while she'd have preferred a celebrity like Jennifer Garner on the cover, it's still great.
"We understand that Americans are uncomfortable with [the Time cover]," she told TMZ.
"However, in other cultures where babies wean themselves normally, usually somewhere around age three or four, it is perfectly acceptable."
"Think of it this way - some cultures have been drinking green tea for millennia, yet only recently has it become popular in the United States once the health benefits were more understood and it was popularized by marketing."
"Breastfeeding is the same thing," she argues, since "it is accepted and valued in many cultures, but not yet fully in the U.S."
"We're happy with anything that is an appealing image, provokes conversation, and ultimately desensitizes people to breastfeeding."
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