Working Mom! Tess Holliday Shares Another Sweet On-Set Photo of Her Breastfeeding Son Bowie
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A mama’s gotta do what a mama’s gotta do!
The sweet snap shows Holliday, 31, glammed up from her clothes to her hair and makeup, sporting a sexy cobalt blue bra and nursing baby Bowie.
“@helloross keeping me company while I nurse Bowie after taping @hollywoodtodaylive this morning,” the mom of two wrote alongside the photo, adding the inspirational hashtags, “#normalizebreastfeeding,” #effyourbeautystandards” and “#freethenipple.”
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Holliday and her partner Nick have been consistently positive and encouraging of both Holliday’s breastfeeding and the freedom for others to be able to do the same without fear of judgment from outsiders.
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“Working moms come in all shapes, sizes, colors & creeds!” the body-positive Holliday added, alongside the hashtags, “#normalizebreastfeeding,” “#workingmom” and “#whorunstheworld.”
@nickhollidayco captured this photo of me getting ready yesterday to shoot the next instalment of my #mblmxtess @penningtons collection, and it reminded me of @gisele's iconic photo breastfeeding on set💅🏻Working moms come in all shapes, sizes, colors & creeds! #normalizebreastfeeding #workingmom #whorunstheworld
A lot of people seemed to get upset that @tessholliday posted a photo hashtagged "#normalizebreastfeeding" which didn't actually feature the act of breastfeeding. So here you go. She actually looks really sexy here – but it isn't always like that. Sometimes it's stressful and messy and nothing goes how you want it to. But sometimes it's bliss. Don't let anyone make you feel bad about feeding your child, wherever that may be, and for the women out there who can't breastfeed, don't let anyone make you feel bad about that either. Edited to add: Finding a plus size mother (two groups robbed of all sexuality) with whom I am in a relationship "sexy" for being a good mum is not the same as objectifying strangers body parts in public.
“A lot of people seemed to get upset that @tessholliday posted a photo hashtagged ‘#normalizebreastfeeding‘ which didn’t actually feature the act of breastfeeding. So here you go,” Nick wrote next to a beautiful black-and-white snap in June.
“Don’t let anyone make you feel bad about feeding your child, wherever that may be, and for the women out there who can’t breastfeed, don’t let anyone make you feel bad about that either,” he added.
— Jen Juneau