Breastfeeding has always been a natural thing but not all people are thrilled with the idea of feeding boobs to children, especially in public. One woman made it clear how she doesn’t approve of public breastfeeding by taking to social media to post a threat to all breastfeeding woman.
In a viral Facebook rant, Carly Clark targeted breastfeeding women, threatening to punch them and give them a black eye if one does it in front of her and her kids. Worse, she even threatened to punch the feeding baby too. As expected, Clark, who reportedly worked at a pet store, has faced backlash for her harsh remarks.
“I’m not sorry — The next female that tries to whip her boob out to breastfeed in front of my kids will get a black eye, move that baby bc I’ll punch it too,” she wrote. “#ZeroCare #Why #InPublicLetsJustShowKidsBoobs #NotMine.”
Clark’s post has since been deleted but people were quick enough to get a screenshot of her insensitive rant. Breastfeeding moms unite to stand up against people like Clark, who think that breastfeeding should not be allowed in public.
Women, especially those who are in support of breastfeeding, have been sharing screenshots of Carly Clark to put her in the spotlight. Some have been sending her private messages regarding her Facebook status.
The Petsense employee’s rant reportedly didn’t end there. In the comments section, Clark went on to defend her view about public breastfeeding. She even justified that the status she posted was specifically meant for one person.
Carly added that she doesn’t see breastfeeding women as a problem in general. She just doesn’t like it when one woman breastfeeds in front of her kids to “prove a point.”
Despite her justification, it didn’t change the fact that Clark was in hot water because of her Facebook status.
Her former employer, Petsense, also doesn’t want anything to do with her anymore, which is why the company immediately fired her.
53% of Pet Owners Prefer Chilling Out With Their Pets Than Their Human Friends
We all know someone exactly like this…
Be honest: If you were given the chance to choose between hanging out with your friends or your pets, which would you prefer? While some would easily pick their human pals, it's also true that there are those among us who'd much rather chill with their animals instead.
This is according to a recent research that said about 53% of pet owners said they enjoyed their pets' company more than their human buddies. Moreover, 17% even confessed they love spending quality time with their animal better than their significant other.
Australia Doesn’t Exist, Flat Earthers Claim Country Is Biggest Hoax Ever Created
“Your Australian friends? They’re all actors and computer generated personas.”
There is little doubt that Flat Earthers have some unconventional beliefs. However, one particular idea is causing outrage and confusion. According to the Flat Earthers, Australia doesn't actually exist. They even pointed out that the country is "one of the biggest hoaxes ever created."
A Facebook rant has gone viral after the page Flat Earth Believers decided to reveal the truth about Australia. In the post, they point out that the country "is not real" and that is was "made for us to believe that Britain moved over their criminals to someplace." The rant even goes as far as claiming that the so-called "Australians" are just "actors and computer-generated personas."
Flat Earthers don't believe Australia actually exists.
Vegan Activists Play Audio From Slaughterhouses To Prove A Point To Steakhouse Diners
Reaching people is never possible when they are disrespected like this.
An unnecessary event happened in a Brazilian steakhouse when a vegan activist group randomly stormed the establishment and turned it into the site of a protest. The group forced the diners to listen to sounds of animals being slaughtered and urged people to put down their forks.
The activists belonged to a protest group Direct Action Everywhere, which has already targeted a number of meat restaurants and supermarkets in the U.K. It was founded in the US in 2013 but now has five branches across Britain.