August 23rd, 2013
I was standing with about three other women having a discussion with one woman who was furious. She had incredibly large breasts that were actually dripping and spraying milk. She was sitting. She had a tiny infant kitten that she was feeding with her breast milk. She was letting the milk spray at the kitten's face, and it was trying to catch it, but was having kind of a difficult time.
She was so angry because apparently she had tried at every single large bank in the U.S. to get a small business loan to start a breast milk business. She would provide breast milk for women who couldn't breast feed, or for infant animals who needed to be bottle fed. Apparently her breasts were constantly spewing like a fountain, and she had to do something positive with the milk.
The banks had denied her applications based on moral disagreement with breast feeding. She was explaining to us that she was filing a class action lawsuit against the banks and the United States government for discrimination against breastfeeding mothers. We were all in agreement with her and really complaining about the current societal weirdness about mothers nursing in public.
All I could think was, "Man, that actually looks terribly uncomfortable."