At some point we'll stop freaking out about boobs, right? Please say yes.
Bobbi Bockoras, a breastfeeding mother in Alleghany, PA, is filing a suit against her employer Saint Gobain Verallia, a glass-bottling factory, alleging repeated discrimination and harassment because she needs time during the day to be able to express breastmilk for her infant daughter.
The claims against her employer are so appalling her legal team has taken up Bockoras' case pro-bono.
Provisions of the Affordable Care Act in effect since March of 2010 state that employers must provide nursing mothers with private, non-bathroom locations in which to pump. Saint Gobain Verallia first directed Bockoras to pump in the bathroom.
Then directed her to their First Aid room where she was heckled by male coworkers.