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Secretum in the British Museum

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6 Comments

  1. MelD

    Re. the breastfeeding – I agree that it shouldn’t be a problem, wherever you go. And I ridicule all this covering up with blankets and special covers, that seems silly to me though sadly it is catching on in Europe, where we used to be normal.
    However, in this article, the young woman did not breastfeed discreetly – in my opinion, she should have worn a tank top underneath and fed from below the shirt, so that her chest was covered rather than opening from above; it’s far less obvious or asking for trouble (and not so cold, either!!).
    Also, no wonder people stared at her so obviously trying to feed a doll!!

  2. The Asian Pear

    The time lapse video is awesome although I wasn’t a fan of the chosen music. It was a bit distracting.

    Also was reading the museums piece. I appreciate the museum that is not displaying the aboriginal art collections out of respect and has a policy to return it to its owners.

    1. save. spend. splurge.

      I just muted the laptop. Agreed, I enjoy it when they show respect.

  3. Grace

    I always love reading your In the World posts. I loved the Chris Rock article, which I read when he was promoting his movie Top Five. I also like the 50 Best Places to Work article… there are two healthcare companies that I could possibly work for that appeared on the list. I felt very sad about the breastfeeding article, I would be very offended if someone tried to make me breastfeed my baby in a bathroom- would they like eating in a bathroom…totally gross.

    1. save. spend. splurge.

      Thanks! As for the breastfeeding piece I would agree with people needing to be more open to it, although to Mel’s point you would normally do it below the shirt not from the top…

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