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Why Does Facebook Hate Breastfeeding?

Jessica wanted to reach out and connect with other breastfeeding moms. She felt after her experiencing nursing five girls she had some wisdom to share and knew that nursing women often need to connect and exchange stories. To make it easier, she started a Leaky B@@b Facebook page as an offshoot of her blog, The Leaky B@@b. The Facebook community grew beyond her expectations to approximately 16,000 active monthly users, affectionately called "Leakies".

But then when she woke up on January 2, the community was gone, erased by Facebook for violation Terms of Service.


Within hours another Facebook page: Bring Back the Leaky Boob [update: the page was terminated by Facebook on Tuesday, January 3] was formed and by the end of the day had over 4,000 members had joined. For many new mothers the Facebook community had become more than just a page about breastfeeding; it was a place to vent, get support, lend a hand and give and get advice. The outraged Leakies are talking about nurse-ins at the Facebook offices on Friday, January 7. They are disgusted that Facebook decided that a supportive community covering topics of women and babies health is "obscene". In response, many women have changed their profile picture to a photo or image of a nursing child.

Mom nursing toddler in public at the beach This is not the first time that Facebook has taken down breastfeeding photos. In 2007, Kelli Roman's breastfeeding photos were deleted from her personal page; in response she started a Facebook page called,  Hey Facebook, breastfeeding pictures are not obscene. It currently has 258, 156 members with 6,855 pictures of breastfeeding and grows daily.

There are all sorts of images of breasts on Facebook (I checked): huge ones peeking out of a bra, fully naked, and even advertisements for breastfeeding products but it seems that only pictures of a mother nursing her child are inappropriate. (Check out Momotics for a post of some of what Facebook considers appropriate and PhDinParenting's breakdown of the issue)

In a New York Times article in 2009, Facebook said that showing the nipple is the problem, not the breastfeeding and that the company is just responding to complaints. It is hard to believe that people are complaining about pictures on their friend's profile pages, or that someone just tripped over the Leaky B@@b and was offended by the pictures.(Unless of course someone was searching for boobs and then was offended to see them being used as a food source, not a sexual object). There are some rumblings that there is a troll who searches out breastfeeding pages to report them and have them removed, or a disgruntled community member reported the page, but who knows.

The worst part of this particular action is that Facebook has removed an incredibly supportive place for  breastfeeding women to ask questions, seek advice, connect and celebrate. And they haven't even responded to Jessica's request for an explanalation for the termination.

Jessica wrote in an email that The Leaky B@@b Facebook page was started as an online pub:

a safe place for breastfeeding moms and the people that support them to get information, share stories and build community. I had in my head this idea of a community tavern where travelers meet up and exchange tales, encouraging new travelers and passing on road wisdom. Something I feel we've lost in this culture, we are so isolated in so many ways.

If I was currently having breastfeeding problems I would want to be part of that community. I'm not sure why Facebook is so threatened by it.

Mark Zuckerberg describes his personal interests as: "openness, making things that help people connect and share what's important to them, revolutions, information flow, minimalism" . That seems slightly ironic doesn't it?

If you would like to support The Leaky Boob, "Like" their Facebook page: Bring Back the Leaky Boob. (this page was removed by Facebook on Tuesday for violating their Terms of Service, click here to show your support.

(photo courtesy of Dagmar Bleasdale from Dagmar's Momsense. It is now her profile photo on Facebook.)

Update: Facebook contacted Rebecca on January 3and told her the Leaky Boob page was taken down in error.  But by 11 p.m. The Leaky Boob page was removed once again and this time the Leaky Boob support page was also taken down for violating Facebook's TOS. To support The Leaky Boob and to send a message to Facebook click on their third page: "Join TLB in Support of Women's Health."

Do you think breastfeeding pictures are inappropriate? Do you think Facebook has a right to pull down photos and pages about breastfeeding?

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Reader Comments (106)

Facebook is being absolutely ridiculous in this situation, and in all situations of breastfeeding photos being labeled as "obscene." Their excuse of "it shows nipple" is just that-- an excuse. You can hardly see the BREAST in most breastfeeding photos, let alone the nipple! It seems obvious to me that there is another reason or agenda behind Facebook's stance, especially when you see some of the very racy photos of breasts that are not removed.
January 3, 2011 | Unregistered CommenterAimee
There has to be someone out there who is reporting the images. It's very silly and it raises lots of issues about internet rights. I feel like they've started to jerks about the reports because they're ticked off about the protests. It's just so odd that they're focusing on these sites. Are they removing the pron sites? I'm going to go search and report those sites to see what happens.

Lastly, I'm wondering what kind of legal questions these removal raise If Facebook was a business open to the pubic, then they would have to allow women to nurse according to most states' laws. Does a private internet business have any grounds to stand on in terms of removing breastfeeding pictures?
January 3, 2011 | Unregistered CommenterGinger
Excellent post! I just made a blog post about my plan to make facebook realize how stupid they are. You have all the details on FB's history, so I'm going to go link to you.

My URL above is to the post.
January 3, 2011 | Unregistered CommenterPeggy
Bring back the leaky b@@b!!
January 3, 2011 | Unregistered CommenterAndrea
When will breast feeding women no longer be considered obscene?
January 3, 2011 | Unregistered CommenterNichole
I disagree with this "It is hard to believe that people are complaining about pictures on their friend's profile pages, or that someone just tripped over the Leaky B@@b and was offended by the pictures." There are a lot of people who would complain about their friends' breastfeeding pics. Women can be pretty catty.
January 4, 2011 | Unregistered CommenterErin
If women want to breastfeed, that's their choice. I do NOT, however, appreciate being subject to them whipping their 'b@@bs' out in public. People have to eat, yes. Yet these women should be feeding their babies in a more private setting. I do not come into your home and take my breasts out at the dining room table. Please don't be breastfeeding in the food court. It's appalling.
January 4, 2011 | Unregistered CommenterHeather
i happen to think that there's nothing at all wrong with whipping your boobs out in the food court.bathrooms aren't a place where i would eat my food why should i make my baby eat there?baby's hungry! if i'm not feeding him/her formula, i'm feeding them breast milk and you can be sure that if people turn their nose up at that and look doiwn on me i'm gonna continue to feed my childbecause my boobs aren't hanging out for fun after all:Pif people are offended by breastfeeding and it's obscene and gross to them and someone's breastfeeding in the food court PERHAPS THEY SHOULD LEAVE. :)
January 4, 2011 | Unregistered Commentertana
For everyone feuding over feeding in public vs feeding in a bathroom....perhaps consider that the privacy of a feeding is not meant to "hide" a nursing mother nor make her feel ashamed but to give her the opportunity to have some quieter time while feeding her baby. Even when my daughter moved on to a bottle I still went to family nursing rooms in malls so we could have our quiet time and she could eat in peace. If there are no other options then yes moms, do what you need and feed your child. No it is NOT wrong to feed in public but give your child your undivided attention and head to a less chaotic place than the rowdy food court. Sorry to get off the facebook topic but I noticed a trend in the comments...
January 4, 2011 | Unregistered CommenterJen
I just want to now how breastfeeding pictures can "show nipple" if that very nipple is in a baby's mouth? If Facebook is going to delete breastfeeding pictures/pages, it needs to be an equal opportunity deleter and remove ALL pictures/pages with ANY nudity.
January 4, 2011 | Unregistered CommenterRachelle
Facebook was launched in 2004... not 1997. Also, this is ridiculous. Just another example of how women and their bodies are objectified. Boobs are first and foremost a source of nourishment for our children - the media has wired the majority of us into believing that this function is weird and unnatural, somehow we've collectively decided that Boobs are better suited as sexualized objects.
January 4, 2011 | Unregistered CommenterKailey
The simple fact of the matter is that Facebook has a very detailed 'Terms of Use' contract which all members must 'sign' (ie:accept) to use the service. Any photo that anyone posts can be subject to report, review and potential removal if it violates said terms of use. Yes, breastfeeding is natural, and healthy, but so are urinating and copulation. Photos of any of those activities are clearly against the Facebook Terms of Use, and should be reported and removed.

As a side note, no, breastfeeding is not an obscene act as portrayed by the mother, however, portrayal and interpretation are two VERY different things. A gynocology exam isn't obscene in nature either, but making a facebook group to discuss and share photos of them would be. Most women have a sense of decency when it comes to nursing a child, as most people have a sence of decency about urinating, copulating, and getting a physical checkup. It is only those who make it into some sort of radical cause who cause the problems.
January 4, 2011 | Unregistered CommenterKen
Ok Ken, well your logic falls apart. Certainly urinating, gyne exams, and copulating are natural, however none are allowed to be performed out in public. However, breastfeeding in public IS legal, and is strongly promoted by public health systems in many countries. Perhaps you could check out a little something called the World Health Organization. As for Facebook policies, I agree that if something does not adhere to their policies then they have the right to remove it, however, this is a case where SO many photos of a more obscene nature are allowed to remain, but a site devoted to supporting breastfeeding mothers is taken down. Either they all are taken down, or none of them are (even though I personally do not think breastfeeding can even be put into the same category).

I do not even know where to begin on Heather's comment-I will just leave it at I feel sorry for you that you are so ashamed at something so basic, life sustaining, and natural.
January 4, 2011 | Unregistered CommenterPam
You said it yourself, they are responsible to complaints.

Facebook is not playing pastor/ho9lier than thou here, they are adhering to simple legal deniability. Now a days when so many overly sensitive complaints about nonsensical topics are sprouting up, showing breastfeeding on a social network is just asking for trouble.

As for the complainers that want "...all or none..." taken down. Well it's more than apparent that they have no fathomable idea of how vast information is, it's not a "tip of your finger" system that someone can simply speak to the computer and the computer does it all instinctively. I reiterate the first statement I made...They respond to COMPLAINTS.The same person that complains about breastfeeding pictures more than likely will not complain about the 20 year old college co-ed in a tiny bikini with her nipple popping out...and unfortunately that kind of person is more likely to spend more time parusing the internet trolling and raining on good people's parade for no other reason than they just like to mess with people and evoke a response.

(that's a whole other can of worms, don't know what I mean? see 4chan)...(actually, better not, you might not recover)

January 4, 2011 | Unregistered CommenterDKnight
... they might not agree with Facebook's decision here, but they could always look elsewhere for a breastfeeding community. Holding "nurse-ins" at Facebook's offices over this is just ridiculous.
January 4, 2011 | Unregistered CommenterAnonymous
Facebook does what it has to do. She could have looked elsewhere for a community...there are plenty. Breastfeeding disgusts me personally.
January 5, 2011 | Unregistered CommenterL.A
Facebook responded to numerous complaints and did so in a timely manner. They did their job and now one group is mad. Big deal. Get over youselves and go to a site where you can talk about your baby stories and show your "baby feeders" to your hearts content.

If you were unable to comprehend or chose not to read Facebooks terms of use regarding the acceptance of photos on the site then it's your own damn fault.

If you looked around on the site and found other pictures you thought should be removed then you could have complained. You received several complaints against your site and it's gone.

If Facebook is the most important thing in your life perhaps you should prioritize more...start with the creature attached to your boob.
January 5, 2011 | Unregistered CommenterJM
Facebook certainly hides behind it TOS policies when it wants to and frequently responds to inquiries that pages, groups, and photos are taken down due to user reports. After being trolled, harassed, and having things go as far as threats and trolls editing and posting my friend's daughter's photo with the pedobear edited in (she was missing and later found murdered) we learned that facebook is full of crap when it comes to how things work. After them making groups calling for my friend (who by the way was proved not to be involved) to be hung, shot, or tortured and doing so under fake names (also against their TOS) and doing nothing about it after hundreds of people reporting them we realized that they use their TOS to cover their butts to harass certain groups and for the ODD TIME to actual take action against those who seriously violate their TOS. Heck facebook has removed and warned me for posting a photo of my son breastfeeding COVERED but would not remove the sickly edited photos of my friend's daughter...so disturbing I wont say what they were edited to show.
January 5, 2011 | Unregistered CommenterTracey
JM. The group is back and none of the photos were removed. Facebook forgot to realize in their taking it down that they actual violate the law where it says that breast feeding mothers can not be discriminated against. TOS can not be used to as a way to discriminate against people, if they were illegal photos or ones that were deemed to be porn or close to it (because there are some who are underage on facebook) that would be a different story but they're not. There is still that video of that topless women jumping up and down flapping her giant boobs floating around facebook, it's the same URL to the youtube video as 2yrs ago, they have ban other URLs from being shared but allow that? I guess there is a big difference between a hot skinny blond flapping her boobs and breastfeeding right? She is allowed to stay why? Because it gets Mark off more than breastfeeding? You can't say breast feeding is obscene because it shows boob and still allow that to be shown, among the many other half nude or full on boob shots of hot young women without a baby in the shot (that have also been reported numerous times!)
January 5, 2011 | Unregistered CommenterTracey
Facebook is free, if you are offended by its content or are mad your page was deleted its very simple DON'T USE FACEBOOK!
January 5, 2011 | Unregistered CommenterRick Hagen
I'm offended by breast feeding shots, a boob should be in my mouth not some babies,

thats why I reported the group hahahahaha!!
January 5, 2011 | Unregistered Commenterbob
I am 108% breastfeeding... I hope every child get a chance to experience that... BUT I don't want do see your child sucking on your boobs as a profile picture.... Cover it up... Breastfeeding anywhere you need to... BUT when you already packing a newborn and 3 bags of stuff you should have a blanket to be respectful to other!! Have a great day!! :)
January 5, 2011 | Unregistered CommenterRebecca
Facebook is a private enterprise, so they have every right to do as they wish in this regard. By the same token, there are other social networking sites out there, so you have every right to stop using Facebook and start using another service.
January 5, 2011 | Unregistered CommenterPaul Quirk

The biological reason for a woman's breast is to feed her baby not for your pleasure you self centred, ignorant jerk!
January 5, 2011 | Unregistered CommenterHolly
I'm a little surprised at the lame posts from the leaky boob haters. I can't understand why some are disgusted by this. Were you not breastfed when you were babies? Are you ticked off because you weren't breastfed? If you don't like this FB group, guess what, you don't have to look at it.
January 5, 2011 | Unregistered CommenterSteph
bob...you are such a looser, really you are the biggest boob, and I dont mean that to be polite either
January 5, 2011 | Unregistered Commenterterry sullivan
Dear 'Pam'. Why do I get the feeling you're my mother. You're going on about 'policy', and 'feeling sorry for' me. I don't feel bad. I rather enjoy the fact that I did not have anyone's boob in my mouth. If that's right up your alley, then, well I guess I 'feel sorry for you'. Yes, we all need milk to live, but tell me, who sucks straight from the cow's udder? Rhetorical, by the way.
January 5, 2011 | Unregistered CommenterHeather
Don't care who posts breast-feeding pictures on Facebook, or on phone poles all over town, for that matter.Breast-feeding is totally natural indeed, however, so is barfing, rotting corpses, etc., none of which I care to be forced to view in public. If you are compelled to breast-feed on the park bench outside my office, you give up your right to be insulted if I look at you like you're some kind of pig.

January 5, 2011 | Unregistered CommenterMary-Anne
Facebook can kiss my ass! Both my boys were healthy breast-fed babies and I can't believe FB could be so narrow-minded and petty. I'll never join FB because I don't like the idea of some asshole petty tirant having the power to peruse or delete my material. Hear that FB plebs, KISS MY ASS!
January 5, 2011 | Unregistered CommenterSteve Parsons
Breatfeeding is perfectly natural ,its good for mother and baby ,as are so many other things .The fact that there is a support group is good as well ,its the neccessity to have to post yourself breat feeding that I think annoys most people .Not that theres anything wrong with that image either but why is it so important to flaunt it ? I am sure your photos are precoius to you but why the 15 seconds of fame ? It just doesnt make sense except that its attention seeking .Thats ok too there are alot worse images out there of people seeking attention .But being a mother who breast fed over 30 years ago ,this was such a private ,beautiful precious time with my child ,it wasnt embarrassing to any of us ,I just dont understand the need for everyone plus the world to share this with you ? Is there nothing sacred anymore ?
January 5, 2011 | Unregistered Commentersusan
I was at a food court a couple of years ago and this lady was breastfeeding at the next table. I breastfed my babies too, but I used the nice nursing room they have there with the rockers and change table. But what ever.... She took the baby off too soon and breast milk squirted all over my table and my food. It was Fucking Gross!!! I think if you can nurse, then do it because it is the best thing for the baby, but PLEASE have some respect for others!!! I have absolutely no desire to see any veiny, bloated organ squirting stuff while I'm trying to eat. It is people like her that feel like can whip out their boob anywhere and to hell with anyone else, that create all the haters out there. PLEASE all that anyone asks is that you have respect. She didn't even apoligise for ruining my lunch. Just got that snotty self righteous look on her face and said "it's only breast milk"
January 5, 2011 | Unregistered Commentercatherine
Hey Heather ... the answer to your "rhetorical" question is that BABY COWS suck straight from the cow's udder. And guess what? We DON'T need milk to live. Formula is processed - essentially fast food for babies. Nice and convenient. And we can live on fast food; just ask all the adults who eat it every day. And babies will grow eating formula just like people will grow eating junk food. Most people who are advocates for breastfeeding feel that way because they have actually read something about it and understand the benefits. There's no reason to hate on either group. Do what works best for your family. Now about the breastfeeding support group, I think it's a wonderful idea. Post tasteful pics. The reality is that we live in a repressed society and if you aren't respectful of that you will experience backlash - don't be surprised when your nipple freaks out the conservatives!
January 5, 2011 | Unregistered Commenterjan
Breastfeeding is safe,natural good for the mother to regain her original shape...with all the porno junk allowed a little nipple giving life...come oneh!!
January 5, 2011 | Unregistered Commenterroger
bob is my hero
January 5, 2011 | Unregistered Commentertrolly
It is a basic human need. Human milk is best for human babies. it is specifically made for the baby, it is the perfect temperature and provides immunity to sickness, really it is another from of giving life to your baby. It is not easy to breastfeed and people should have the right to discuss this topic. I can understand removing the pictures, although like others before have said it is not sexual and if you don't like it don't look. I support the group whole heartedly.
January 5, 2011 | Unregistered CommenterAshley
I dont see how breast feeding pictures and blogs could be deleted but the pictures of half naked teens can stay. It doesnt make much sense
January 5, 2011 | Unregistered CommenterKayla
Breast feeding is not the problem, it's the EXHIBITIONISTS WHO ARE.There is NO need what so ever to not cover up. Since when do you women have to go around showing your breasts, is this WHO IS BIGGER CONTEST. I fed four children and had no need to show off, every one knows what you are doing. Get over they are only mammary glands, men don't think so!!!!!!!!
January 5, 2011 | Unregistered CommenterBev
I somewhat agree with Bev ... it's no secret that exposing body parts that are considered private and sexual upsets a lot of people, so why post pictures of exposed breasts? Also, the idea of breastfeeding obvously grosses some people out, as some previous comments have revealed. Some people just find all bodily fluids revolting. However, it seems obvious that most of the hate is coming from people who are completely ignorant about breastfeeding. I can't help but laugh out loud at some of these comments! There's so much info about the positives of breastfeeding - do some of these people live under a rock? Educate yourselves! There's plenty of info just a click away!
January 5, 2011 | Unregistered Commenterjenny
There are kids on Facebook! I don't want my kid to see breasts on FB! I have no problem with women breastfeeding, I do have a problem with women who think it's okay to show their private areas for the world to see. They are exhibitionists, no different than strippers at any one of those filthy nightclubs. They are sinners and they are hell-bound. FB is right in removing this "smut" off of FB. Don't blame FB for your sins, you "leakers"! It seems your morals are "leaking" out as well.
January 5, 2011 | Unregistered CommenterNancy K
Wow Nancy K ... just ... wow.
January 5, 2011 | Unregistered CommenterCarrie
Why are your kids searching for breasts on FB? Uh oh, better watch out for sinners under your own roof!
January 5, 2011 | Unregistered Commenterlesley
@Leslie Smut peddlers like you post it to your walls on unprotected pages, exposing yourself to the world, where a child may innocently come in contact with in searching for a friend or a popular page. I bet you like looking at these "leakers", you are a sick man, and you too are hell-bound. The devil whispers in your ears these lies, go to a church and repent your sins you sinner!
January 5, 2011 | Unregistered CommenterNancy K
When I first began breastfeeding my daughter, I had trouble getting the latch on right all covered up, and there is pictures of her nursing without a blanket in place. In no way was this being an EXHIBITIONIST, it just took us awhile to figure it all out... as I'm sure all new mum's, and their hungry babies, can relate to. I never felt guilt for nursing my child in a public place, or even in someone's home, with or without a blanket. I think that facebook, and society, are taking this debate too far. Maybe I was blessed with family and friends that understood that my body, especially at that point in time, was nothing sexual, that I was doing what women for hundresd of generations have done.... maybe I was blessed with a husband who would humor passerby's in the mall by holding a blanket up like a curtain until our daughter was latched properly. But I think that lots of the things posted on facebook depicting life, such as women's birthing tubs, brand-new naked babies, and breastfeeding need to be looked at in context, viewed like sitting in a mall, or in any public place. First of all, if you find it offensive, don't look.... second, some things (ie-that birthing tub, your placenta) are private, you wouldn't take that on the family's first trip shopping, don't post it on the internet.
January 5, 2011 | Unregistered CommenterMrs.Romanko
Calling breastfeeding moms "strippers" and people who have done nothing other than point out your hypocrisy "smut peddlers" "sick" and "sinners" is part of the problem. Simmer down!
January 5, 2011 | Unregistered Commenterlesley
@ Mrs.Romanko If you breastfeed your child,that is completely fine! However, if you post pictures of your breasts on the internet, show your breasts in public, flaunt your private parts for other men to see. That is adultery, and it is a sin! The statement where "if you don't like, do look at it" is the problem with this country. It allows immoral behavior to flourish because good people don't want to see this smut. It allows this behavior to fester and boil beneath our society erupting into the minds of our children who may one day think this kind of behavior is "okay" because no one is speaking up about it. It's the reason why pornography, the chief debaser of women, does so well today. When good people do nothing, evil triumphs. I will fight these exhibitionists, adulterers, and smut peddlers to my dying breath. It is written in scripture. I want you to be saved, read your bible and repent what you have done. God is forgiving and loving, but we must live by his words, or face eternal damnation.
January 5, 2011 | Unregistered CommenterNancy K
Oh, and I'm a woman, and a breastfeeding mom who has not ever posted pictures of myself or my children online!
January 5, 2011 | Unregistered Commenterlesley
@ Lesley Welcome back sinner, it seems you can't read as well as reason. I never said breastfeeding moms were strippers. I said the ones who post pictures of their private parts, are. The only hypocrite here is you, the one who can't read. Might explain why you can't read a bible, you are just as immoral as the strippers that plague our country. It is you, who are the problem. You will be judged for your evils in the end, come Judgment Day. God will measure you, and find you a sinner, and you will burn in fiery eternity. It is I who laugh at you, the hypocrite, the sinner, the devil worshiper.
January 5, 2011 | Unregistered CommenterNancy K
@ Nancy You know it's funny, but I bet my pastor would disagree with %90 of what you're saying... him and his wife being one of the first people to see me "sin", while the lactation nurse was showing me how to latch right in the hospital. I'm surprised you're on the internet at all, considering you're such a bigomist. Or had chidren for that matter, how did you do that without "sinning"?

I've never posted pictures of myself nursing, but other mother's pictures don't bother me, because it's supposed to be that way.
January 5, 2011 | Unregistered CommenterMrs.Romanko
@Nancy KYou calling other people sinners only puts you with them. You are judging and that is a sin as well. Just sayin.
January 5, 2011 | Unregistered Commenters

I think North America contributed to this culture of feeling uncomfortable breastfeeding the baby anywhere any time. Why view a breast as a sex object when it was met to breast feed the baby Why do you want the breast to be in your "F " rotten mouth instead of the baby's mouth . You guys or ladies who want the breast in your mouth are sick . It grosses me me out when I see any body who want to use breast as a sex object .
January 5, 2011 | Unregistered CommenterHiladh mooleki

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