Woman says she’ll give a ‘black eye’ to the next mum she sees feeding her baby in public

These days, it’s disheartening that breastfeeding in public is still a matter of debate, with some people calling it “inappropriate” and others pointing out that it’s a natural way for babies. infants to get their meals. When it comes to the public discussion of breastfeeding, most people would expect other women to support and support each other so that their babies are nourished and healthy.

A woman has shocked her community after posting a despicable message to nursing mothers and their babies on Facebook. Many are calling for the woman to be fired from her job because of her threatening choice of words.

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The woman said she would give a ‘black eye’ to the next mother she saw breastfeeding in public.

Carly Clark, from South Carolina, has unleashed a war on Facebook after posting her own personal hate-fueled beliefs about breastfeeding in public, despite being a mother herself. In the now-deleted post, Clark claimed she would physically harm the next nursing mother and her baby whom she would see in public with her own children present.

“I’m sorry, the next woman who tries to stick her breasts out to breastfeed in front of my kids will have a black eye,” Clark wrote. “Move that baby cause I’m gonna hit him too.”

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It didn’t take long for the other parents to call out the clueless woman, prompting her to post a follow-up thread before deleting her post entirely. Clark tried to defend herself by saying her words were only directed at one particular woman, whom she has not publicly named, who shows up at her workplace and breastfeeds her baby.

“Do whatever you want, but I find it very immature that you as a mother go out of your way to come to a place where you know I work and nurse,” she wrote.

She also clarifies that she has no problem with breastfeeding in general, but that she is against those who do it around her children. “Pulling your chest in front of my kids on purpose just to prove a point is just represented by who you are as a person,” she adds.

Many people were offended by his comments. Some Facebook users shared his profile with others after he deleted the post to warn others about his hateful and threatening rhetoric.

People urged Clark to be fired from her job.

Some disgruntled Facebook users alerted Clark’s employers at Petsense in Gaffney, South Carolina, where she worked as a pet manager and groomer. When some threatened to boycott the company, they were quick to issue a statement regarding Clark’s position.

“Petsense demands the highest standards of ethical and personal behavior from our employees. We will absolutely never tolerate violence as recently posted by a former Petsense employee,” the company said on its Facebook page.

“These are his individual opinions and do not reflect the views of Petsense or its employees. This person is no longer employed by Petsense. We sincerely apologize to everyone affected by this situation. »

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Facebook users were pleased with the quick and efficient actions taken by Petsense. “Dear little angry and violent baby girl ready to hit a baby because he was hungry…good luck with that job search tomorrow,” one user commented.

Breastfeeding is a natural and common experience between mothers and babies that should not be prohibited or frowned upon. In fact, it has been found to have many health benefits for both mother and baby, as breast milk contains nutrients that boost infant immunity against airborne diseases, and mother draws a sense of well-being and satisfaction in supporting and bonding with her babies. .

No infant or mother deserves a black eye for participating in a natural feeding process.

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Megan Quinn is a writer at YourTango covering entertainment and news, self, love and relationships.

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