Our expert says:
Isn't the primary question one of proportion, good manners, discretion and good taste ? Breastfeeding is a natural thing, but a private one, not to be flaunted in public. Yet expecting a woman to do so in a toilet stall, is insensitive and unfair ( though I wonder why a young mother would take a child young enough to need breast-feeding, to a restaurant ; and why she couldn't feed him before entering the restaurant ? )
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