The call of Rachel McAdams to normalize breastfeeding

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That there is still a discussion about whether or not to breastfeed in public spaces is considered morally correct, only speaks of the path that still needs to be traveled to normalize this characteristic that precisely humanizes us. Breastfeeding, understood as a way of feeding directly from the breast to provide vitamins to the baby, and is important for its development. Hence, this conversation is still controversial as it reveals a society that prefers to censure mothers when they decide to feed their child anywhere, instead of directly correcting masculine behavior and ideals they find morbid in breastfeeding (since involves breasts).

And it is just Rachel McAdams who after giving birth a few months ago and learn about the debate that arose from the appearance of model Mara Martin on the catwalk, fed her son in the middle of the show, McAdams needed to go frontally to the pubic to convey a message of great weight. In the company of photographer Claire Rothstein for the cover of Girls Girls Girls, the actress wore a small jacket signed by Versace and a Bulgari necklace, red lips and a totally unusual (and unexpected) accessory: a breast pump. Representing in this way her position as a mother and professional, given the need to give mothers a real support for the upbringing of their children because in the end the actress represents the reality of contemporary women, who are professionals and moms at the same time.

Look at the original photograph below.

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