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Breastfeeding in Public in Lima, Peru

How do mothers from Lima [Peru] breastfeed in public? Are there breastfeeding areas in malls? Are we protected by law? These are some of my questions as I write, but I want to go back to the initial question: Why is breastfeeding in public seen as unpleasant?

In parenting blog Mamacitas [es], Diana Vela writes about the way society looks at mothers who decide to breastfeed in public.

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