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My Reaction to Josh Moore About Breastfeeding in Public

January 3, 2016
Twinkly Tanya ~ My Reaction to Josh Moore about Breastfeeding in Public

Have you seen the article on Politicalo about New Hampshire state Rep. Josh Moore yet, in which he claims to have the right to touch a woman’s nipples when she’s breastfeeding in public? No? Well, you can read it here, it’s a hoot. I decided this man deserved a proper reaction, so I reacted the only way I could possibly think of. By using the language he knows best. Because they are his words…

Dear mr. Moore,

If men who want to urinate in public are allowed to expose their dicks, then I am also allowed to touch their dicks and play around with them. It’s not about urinating as an activity, it’s about the principle.

You know, why should I, or any other citizen of this great country, be forced to watch men urinate in public? And when I say that, I emphasize that it’s not about the urinating itself, but the manner in which it is done. Urinating in general doesn’t bother me at all, I consider it quite normal. However, urinating in public infuriates me, because it means men have to bear their dicks to do it, and that causes a distraction and sets a bad example for people, and especially, small children. We can’t have that, we just can’t.

See, the equivalent of that would be if every single woman who is sexually aroused by a male walking by would be allowed to take her shirt off and show her hard nipples to her potential mate. And where would that lead us? Imagine hordes of women in the streets getting naked and walking around with hard nipples, exposing themselves to small children. We have a name for people who do those things, and it’s sexual predators. We put people in jail for doing that, for Christ’s sake.”

So, if we’re not going to put men in jail for urinating in public, the least we can do in the best interest of equality is allow the women to come up to them and play around with their exposed dicks and balls, BUT ONLY once the men are finished peeing. We wouldn’t want to disturb the little ones’ peeing processes, which are important for their growth. That being said, I don’t know about the rest of you, but I am going to start fondling away as soon as this article is over.

Yours sincerely,

Tanya de Kruijff

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  • Reply Hil January 7, 2016 at 3:05 pm

    He said it was ok to touch a woman’s breast while breastfeeding?!?! What a sick perverted man. No problem, next time my son thinks he is starving and starts screaming I will wait until no one is around to feed him, lest my breast upset them, I am sure a screaming baby is much less offensive.

    • Tanya de Kruijff
      Reply Tanya de Kruijff January 9, 2016 at 4:59 pm

      Yes, he said that. In fact, all the words in my comment to him are actually his words. The only thing I did was change ‘breastfeeding’ into ‘peeing’ and ‘woman’ into ‘men’.

  • Reply Rhi January 7, 2016 at 5:37 pm

    I can’t believe the world we live in sometimes.

    • Tanya de Kruijff
      Reply Tanya de Kruijff January 9, 2016 at 5:01 pm

      Right? I was stunned when I read it. I just knew I had to react to this.

  • Reply Christy January 8, 2016 at 3:16 am

    Wow! Sad that a state senator thinks this way. But unfortunately those who never breastfeed will never get it.

    • Tanya de Kruijff
      Reply Tanya de Kruijff January 9, 2016 at 5:04 pm

      It is really sad. We should be able to expect respect from a leader.

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