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Pole Dancing Mom Ashley Wright On The Importance Of Breastfeeding

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  1. Abbe A. Duah says:

    i don’t understand the discomfort behind breastfeeding. From where i’m from, women take pride in breast feeding and it’s not that big of a deal. However, with that said, i also think it is unnecessary to be on the “hey look at me i’m breastfeeding, because i’m such a great mother” I’m not saying that’s what this woman’s intention is, but i’ve seen much of her all over the internet butt naked with her boob in her child’s mouth. You can’t love yourself or get your point across with your clothes on? p.s. to the trolls, this is MY perspective just because we’re all human doesn’t mean we all must agree.

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    1. I don’t have an issue with your input. I was sharing that i actually have more photos with clothes on than without (including breastfeeding ones), in response to your “…all over the Internet butt naked with her boob in her child’s mouth. You can’t love yourself or get your point across with your clothes on?”

      I dont feel the need to get across or push any point. I just share me for those who are looking for me and me for them. That’s the beauty of Ms Wrights Way. All are free to come and go as they please. Say whatever resonates in them and so be it. No issues. No need to debate. I initially thought perhaps you were unaware of all my clothed parenting photos; being that I have about 1000 more of those as opposed to around 10 nude breastfeeding ones

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    2. Abbe A. Duah says:

      i actually did, and what i’ve seen is what i’m speaking on. All criticism isn’t bad – i’m a huge supporter for breastfeeding and those who advocate for it, but if being naked is what YOU feel you need to do to get that point across more power to you girl. When you put yourself out there, you can’t expect people not to give their input. Not everyone will champion what you do, or how you do it (impossible) but if you feel good about what you do and how you do it, that’s all that should matter to you. have a blessed day.

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    3. I agree. I breastfed in public but I covered up, only because I felt weird having myself on display. But that’s just me.

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    4. Abbe A. Duah says:

      to each his own. That’s the beauty of the world

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    5. People just like sharing the butt naked ones more, for whatever reason. I have plenty of nursing photos with my clothes on. Feel free to check out my IG if you desire.

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    6. taylor says:

      I agree its seems a bit narcissist to me….. I love the message as my mom was a nurse for over 45 years and promoted breast feeding.. I totally agree with your perspective… she seems to crave the attention moreso than the message.. Glad its positive tho!

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  2. Victoria says:

    Nothing wrong with breast feeding in public. But I feel like just to make a statement women just feel as though there is no need for cover ups. But me personally if I breast feed in public, I will be covered. I just believe there is a place and time for everything. Sure, at home, let them hang all out. But letting them hang in public? I feel like that’s just to prove a point.

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  3. It’s sad she never saw breast feeding. I was surrounded by it my whole life. Everyone I knew nursed, even growing up. I covered up for both of my kids. But I didn’t need to display my boob to feed the kids. I just fed them.

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    1. taylor says:

      Yeah breastfeeding is pretty NORMAL around my parts… most women do it…. and have no problem doing so

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  4. Lacey says:

    Cover up.

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  5. nyc says:

    I said it before and I’ll say it again. Breastfeeding isn’t a new phenomenon. It’s been going on since the beginning of time. Go feed your baby and quit looking for attention. Social media has brought out the extreme attention seekers. Give it a rest.

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    1. taylor says:

      YEP!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  6. Yecart Mac says:

    Love luv Ashley!

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    1. Delphia says:

      Musta tää on ihan huippu juttu, kiva että pääsitte ja lähditte mukaan! Tässä yhdistyy paiaaimmrllahn tuotekehittely ja markkinointi, ja minusta tällinen mainontatyyli on tosi positiivinen ja aidosti asiakkaat huomioiva:)

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    2. gaelle dit :J’adore cette poussette, je la trouve vraiment chouette (bon moi le coté hamac qu’il faut enlever pour la plier ca ne me gene pas vraiment en fait)par contre c dommage que tu n’es pas pu testé la nacelle et le cosy, zut !purée si elle n’était pas si chere je me serais bien laissé tenter !! grrr

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  7. Courtnee says:

    I remember when I told my family and friends that I was going to breastfeed my baby. I got so much criticism from them that it made me defensive and self conscious. I wish I had someone like Ashley in my life at that time. I volunteered with a breastfeeding program in my city that focused on poor African American mothers. They preached the “breast is best” motto but didn’t judge moms that chose to supplement with formula or give it up altogether. I said all of this to let people know that sometimes peoplec that are passionate about a topic can come off as judgemental but its the complete opposite. You never know who needs the encouragement.

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  8. Curly Sue says:

    I love Ms. Wright! I love that you have no apologies about your movement! I just recently discovered you through my feed and have been following you ever since. Keep doing you! Shannon is just too precious! She truly rediates through your positivity. Always smiling and laughing ☺️☺️☺️

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  9. Meri says:

    I love Ms Wrights Way! I breastfed for 17 months but like Ashley I can’t recall seeing anyone breastfeed and there were a lot of us. When I would breastfeed I would get negative comments about covering up and how long are you gonna breastfeed etc. But I did my research and knew that’s what was best for my child. I’m glad I did it and now I would like to assist others in reaching their breastfeeding goals.

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  10. Stephanie Carr says:

    This world needs more moms like you.

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  11. Christine says:

    Thank you for being you, for standing strong in your power. I’ve been nursing for the nearly ten years (three babies), and you are truly a light, and you are powerful! Thank you Ms. Wright!!

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  12. Cheri says:

    You are beautiful! It is wonderful that you are at peace and loving yourself. Stay strong of body and mind.

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