breast feeding and the Guardian's response was that piece by Rhiannon Lucy Cosslett - then Bill Gate's ain't getting his money's worth.
Cosslett's article is a poorly written whine fest about how her "nips" hurt from breast feeding and how she believes society places this overly burdensome expectation that women breast feed. Seriously - the woman complains about losing sleep by having to get up in the night to feed her baby. Note to Cosslett - that is what it means to be a parent to a newborn baby and you will be getting up to feed that baby regardless if it is breast milk or formula.
Cosslett only lays out personal "emotional" arguments regarding breast feeding with no real negative science behind why breast feeding may be bad and formula better. The whole article is a bunch of emotional tripe that is typical of a lot of left leaning journalism - long on emotion and short on scientific facts and reason. Ho hum... Read it for yourself:
Man ... that's easy money to write a filler piece article for the Guardian!
I think I'll get into this gig. Ask WH press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre a question while hiding behind a cardboard cut-out of Brian Stelter, ask a question about her interpretation about the Easter Bunny's economic advice to Joe Biden, turn on the microphone, and then hit the nudie bar and have a few dozen brewskis.
Take the recording, get my wife to transcribe it, and then sell it to The Guardian for its tremendously informative content.