Ivette Ivens’s ‘Breastfeeding Goddesses’ series has a perfect zing to normalize nursing

Ivette Ivens’s ‘Breastfeeding Goddesses’ series has a perfect zing to normalize nursing

David Allen rightly says – ” My opinion is that anybody offended by breastfeeding is staring too hard.” Trust photographer Ivette Ivens believes the same as she showcases her beautiful portrait series of mothers breastfeeding their children in public in a bid to normalize nursing. Her ongoing project “Breastfeeding Goddesses” features ethereal portraits of mothers feeding their children outside of the home. Her own experience inspired her to spread the word and encourage other mothers, as well as non-mothers to see breastfeeding the way it’s supposed to be seen. Her message is simple: anywhere, anytime. SEE ALSO: Is breastfeeding publicly shameful? “My images might seem unrealistic, and I’m not aiming to show the raw side of it,” she said. “My goal is to reveal how each mother feels while breastfeeding their child.” See more of Ivens’ portraits on Facebook or in her upcoming book.    IMAGE: IVETTE IVENS PHOTOGRAPHY

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