Wendy Williams’ Reason for Thinking Women Shouldn’t Breastfeed in Public Is Pretty Darn Sexist

Read her surprising comments here. Do you agree?

Wendy Williams said something pretty surprising while interviewing Alyssa Milano on her talk show this week: She doesn’t think women should breastfeed in public. Yup.

Alyssa has been quite public on social media about breastfeeding her new daughter; Wendy pulled up one particular Instagram post of hers and asked what the deal was. Alyssa remained cool, saying she now sees herself as a “breastfeeding advocate” for all the positive attention she has received for her posts.

That’s when things got a little awkward. “I don’t need to see that,” Wendy, who has a teenage son she breastfed for two weeks, said. “Because, I just don’t want to.”

Alyssa didn’t back down, though. “But would you eat under a blanket?” Alyssa asked Wendy, to which the 51-year-old host responded, “What I would do is I would go to the car…not on the bench in the front of the big box store.” You read that correctly. Wendy apparently thinks breastfeeding is so taboo that women should only do it in private.

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