Students are trying to normalise breastfeeding
A group of students trying to normalise breastfeeding have created a catchy music video.
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Every day mothers are still being shamed for breastfeeding in public. It’s baffling that people still don't understand that when babies get hungry, they must eat!

A group of students at Saint Francis Xavier University in Antigonish have created a brilliantly catchy music video to raise awareness about breastfeeding.

They used the tune of Carly Rae Jepson’s song, Call Me Maybe, which will have you singing along before the end of the song. 

The aim is to target fellow school mates and show them that it's okay to breastfeed any time and any place.

They try to deal with the discomfort that mothers may feel by adding a funny spin on the touchy subject.

Watch the video and then tell us what you think below:

Why do you think people still shame mothers who breastfeed in public?

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