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Breastfeeding Magazine Cover Sparks ALL KINDS Of Controversy.

More than three out of four U.S. infants aged 19 to 35 months were breastfed at birth in 2013. That means there are a lot of mothers out there who need to feed their babies a lot of the time, and sometimes they have to do it in public. But despite how many people are impacted by this, it’s still considered taboo.

That’s why it was so shocking when supermodel Nicole Trunfio appeared on the cover of the June 2015 Australian Elle looking stunning while breastfeeding her son Zion.

Breastfeeding is something that people can barely tolerate seeing at a local mall, let alone on the front of a glossy ladies’ magazine. Even Today Show host Hoda Kotb called it “TMI” on Friday morning’s show.

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