Gisele Bundchen Says There Oughta Be a Law Forcing Women to Breastfeed

April Peveteaux
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gisele says breastfeeding lawGisele Bundchen doesn't realize we don't need any more reasons to hate supermodels.

The new mom to baby Benjamin credits breastfeeding for getting her back into shape. Although I don't know many postpartum women who look like this in six weeks. But that's cool, we all know weight loss can be one of the benefits of breastfeeding.

Furthermore, the supermodel and husband-stealer thinks if she can do it, why can't everyone else? In the September issue of Harper's Bazaar, Bundchen gets up in every mom's grill:

'Some people here [in the US] think they don't have to breastfeed, and I think 'Are you going to give chemical food to your child when they are so little?'

"I think there should be a worldwide law, in my opinion, that mothers should breastfeed their babies for six months."

First of all, Gisele thinks there's some worldwide law book somewhere. So she's obviously not the sharpest tool in the shed.

Bundchen is right that there should be laws. Maternity leave laws, universal health care laws (for everyone), paternity leave laws, public nursing laws, and subsidized child care laws. But laws that force a new mom to feed her baby in a very specific way that happens to work for a millionaire supermodel married to an NFL star? Uhhh, no.

Maybe Bundchen should ask Bridget Moynahan how easy it was to breastfeed her baby with an absentee father who was too busy impregnating the woman who says she had zero pain during her natural, eight-hour labor?

Do you, like Gisele, think there should be a worldwide breastfeeding law?


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