Not everyone becomes surprisingly adept at being an international news sensation regarding the presidential race.
But for Margaret Ellen Bradford in Cleveland, breastfeeding, a miraculous thing she pumps out on the daily daily, is now a being discussed on Twitter with the hashtag she created #BoobsForBernie. She was like, “this is important,” and Michigan winner Bernard was like, “yeah” and it’s a viral picture now. Bernard is ALL ABOUT IT and he tweeted this, possibly getting his feminism on for the young women giving him the slip.
As a society, we should never stigmatize women for breastfeeding in public. https://t.co/I08wzGrdWH
— Bernie Sanders (@BernieSanders) March 3, 2016
To learn of this woman’s boobs becoming a very important political plotline isn’t just important for the public acceptance of women you know, feeding their children when they’re outside in the world. It’s also important because more people see that breasts are not obscene sex toys — they’re nurturing, natural things attached to human women. It’s so satisfying to see this happening.
Boobs are often politicized like when the country was like no self-examinations ladies, they’ll make you anxious which is way worse, than you know, dying. And as we’ve seen boobs are quite the effective agent for political change. With Free the Nipple, boobage is just the Trojan horse for the cause equality. It’s not all about the right to appear public with your knobs out — it’s also about equal pay, double standards, and intersectional feminism. But people pay attention to boobs, and until we view them as less scandalous, they’ll continue being splashy enough for news outlets, eyes, and Twitter.
We say, put ’em out.