By Sarah Smith, REDBOOK.
I just love it when Mayim Bialik surfaces with something new to say about breastfeeding, like she did recently when she talked about breastfeeding in public during an interview about her new vegan cookbook and her role on The Big Bang Theory. (BTW, I'm pretty sure she could get the Nobel Prize for her work as a neuroscientist 30 years from now and still have to talk about the years she breastfed her kids.) She can absolutely be counted on to separate the merely opinionated from the vitriolic do-it-my-way-or-you-are-a-terrible-gross-person types. She also provides a grand opportunity for a little refresher course on breastfeeding. Here are three things breastfeeding is not:
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1. Breastfeeding is not like going to the bathroom. There's always someone, like one of the commenters on the HuffPo piece, who is clearly so pleased with him- or herself for thinking of this to say: "Excreting your waste is a