correlation does not equal causation. autism doesn't tend to show itself until later anyway (when vaccines are taken). some kids get autism without getting vaccines. then their families get pushed out of their antivax support community, being told they did something else wrong. a "no true Scotsman" scenario all over again.Especially since his behaviour changed drastically...
no qualms there (note it wasn't mentioned in my list). but still your anti vaxxer position won't help others, and i'm not going to let others think your position is the norm here.I admit that I went a bit off-topic with that post. Sorry for that. I definitely should not have mentioned many of those things.
Vaccines however are ontopic because there are going to be COVID-19 vaccines and that's a big COVID-19 related deal.
your original post was not taken positively by my spouse, who is a woman. don't try to make it sound like roses now when you were using flippant words and objectifying women/motherhood. being a parent, and being a human, is a beautiful thing, and imperfections are a part of that.It was not. There's nothing demeaning about breastfeeding. It's natural, healthy for the baby, and allows the mother to show her love for the baby and bond with the baby. I'm glad for women who have the privilege to be able to breastfeed their babies and I'm also glad for the babies who receive such care. I'm also not blaming mothers who lack the ability to breastfeed their babies. I just asked a question and you're reading way too much in it.