Alyssa Milano has become somewhat of a spokesperson for reducing the breastfeeding stigma as of late.
The 43-year-old actress — who is mom to son Milo, 4, and baby Izabella — is no stranger to sharing photos of herself breastfeeding and is certainly not ashamed to feed her newborn in public.
As we reported, on Wednesday the former Mistresses star got in a heated debate with Wendy Williams, who said she doesn't "need to see that."
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In a new interview with HuffPost Live, the New York native opens up about the backlash she's received for what critics call "oversharing."
The Charmed alum said:
"It's so crazy to me how the mentality is so archaic where people are just not comfortable with women breast-feeding."
Dave Bugliari's love argued that breasts are biologically created for the purpose of women feeding their children, not as sexual objects — or "fun bags," as Wendy called them:
"Obviously, it's because we've sexualized breasts to the point that people can't see past them being breasts, or boobies, or titties."
No shame in your game, Miz Milano!
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