Zhengzhou has begun rolling out semi-private ‘lactation rooms’ on its public bus system, because nipples are scary. The curtain-enclosed seats are designed to sidestep the whole issue of public breast feeding by simply eliminating the ‘public’ element entirely, and designating a nice walled-off space for new mothers.
This photo published in the Dahe Daily captures the ease and subtlety of these lactation chambers; nothing like a huge red label and various onlookers to make one feel at ease.
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[Image via Dahe Daily]