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He Can Do It!

This week, the winners of the inaugural 'Man-Centred Design Awards' 'Meaning-Centred Design Awards' were announced in London. According to the word salad on their website, "Meaning-Centred Design Awards celebrate the best brands, organisations, services, apps and products which have managed... Continue Reading →

I am not your bleeder

My youngest child is about to turn two. I have found that the longer my baby continues to breastfeed during the night, the later my period returns; my littlest is my most dedicated night boober and my cycles have not... Continue Reading →

Yum and Yummer

Scene: A meeting between NHS breastfeeding promotion team and their ad agency. NHS wonk: The UK has the lowest breastfeeding rates in the world. We need some epic ads pls. Ad guy #1: Ugh, it's not going to have to... Continue Reading →

Chest Feeding in Emergencies

When April Neubauer suffered seizures during her labour, and again during her emergency cesarean birth, she was taken away for further treatment and recovery, having not yet held her daughter. According to her father, Maxamillian: "A nurse came out with... Continue Reading →

The AMA attempts to relieve the pressure

The Australian Medical Association (AMA) is Australia's peak body for medical practitioners and medical students. According to the AMA Code of Ethics, one of their guiding principles is: Breastfeeding is at the forefront of public health issues affecting the health... Continue Reading →

Prescription for Failure

The young man walks into his GP's office. He seems stressed. "How are you today?" the doctor asks. The young man turns red. "Well..." he clears his throat. "I'm having some problems. With sex." "Tell me what's been going on," the doctor says. The... Continue Reading →

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