Conclusion.

To conclude this argument, we have learned that everyone has a different opinion on breastfeeding in public. Some are for it. Some find it offensive. However a breastfeeding mother has rights to be able to breastfeed her infant wherever and whenever the need arises.

There have been many cases of  a breastfeeding mothers being asked to cover up or to feed their infants in a rest rooms. Under the Human Rights act this is discrimination.

To prevent further discrimination from happening the government needs to devise a campaign to inform people of the rights of a breastfeeding mother and to inform people of the importance of an infant being able to feed when they need to.

FINAL WORD COUNT: 1043

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