Because some people fail to understand the basic notion of mammals - they expect others to express their milk, use a plastic replica of their breast, and a silicone copy of their nipple - or go hide in another room. Breastfeeding in public is just offensive! And you know maybe they're onto something?
There are lots of things I would rather not look at:
This isn't too appealing:
Mmm isn't this attractive:
Eating with mouth open (yep sorry even if it's a cute kid!):
Ew and this:
Imagine this face eating:
Anyone eating fish - I hate the smell!
Jeremy Clarkson - who states in his column: Men do not find breastfeeding natural. We find it deeply disturbing. This is because men do not see breasts as part of the reproductive process. We see it as a plaything, a toy. And letting a baby use it is like letting a baby use the sports car we keep in the garage for sunny days. The mewling, squawking infant will tuin it. And invariably, of course, it does. Thanks Jeremy for speaking on behalf of all men....
I imagine vegetarians don't enjoy seeing this
and vegans would probably prefer not to see this:
Let's think what else? Some people object to same sex relationships, or to those of a different faith or ethnic origin.
Hey, maybe we need a whole range of special rooms - so anyone who could potentially be offensive to anyone else, could be segregated....hmmmm actually I think that would mean everyone would need their own private "eating booth". Perhaps that's the future if society can't get to grips with the "avert function" eyes have, or maybe we could get an i-Phone app to help with that?