Selfies με θέμα τον θηλασμό – γνωστές και ως brelfies είναι η νέα τρέλα που σαρώνει τα social media! (εικόνες)

Αρχικά ξεκίνησαν τα selfies, αργότερα τα selfies δίχως make up, μετά τα selfies με οπίσθια και τώρα τα selfies θηλασμού…

Με αφορμή το μοντέλο Giselle Bundchen, την ποπ τραγουδίστρια Gwen Stefani και άλλες διάσημες όπως η  Pink και η Jaime King, οι οποίες έιχαν βάλει στο instagram φωτογραφίες τους την ώρα που θήλαζαν τα μωρά τους, ξέκινησαν και άλλες γυναίκες την επανάστασή τους με τις brelfies λέγοντας πως πρέπει να σταματήσουν να υπάρχουν ταμπού γύρω από τον θηλασμό!

Ένας χρήστης του twitter είναι υπέρ αυτής της κίνησης λέγοντας ότι θα πρέπει να σταματήσουν να υπάρχουν ταμπού σε σχέση με τον θηλασμό και να αποδεχθούν το γεγονός ότι έτσι τρέφονται τα μωρά!

Κάποιος άλλος όμως είχε αντίθετη γνώμη λέγοντας πως όλο αυτό είναι ένας ακόμη λόγος να εκθέτουν οι γυναίκες το στήθος τους και πως ο θηλασμός είναι μια ιδιωτική στιγμή μεταξύ μητέρας και βρέφους.

Όπως είναι αντιληπτό οι απόψεις διίστανται! Ποια είναι η δική σας γνώμη;

Jacqueline Claire from Thrapston: "Loving breastfeeding my baby girl Beau. Love and support to all amazing mothers able to breastfeed."

Rebecca Baksh from Berkshire

A new 'brelfie' craze is sweeping the country - women taking selfies of themselves breast feeding

A new 'brelfie' craze is sweeping the country - women taking selfies of themselves breast feeding

A new 'brelfie' craze is sweeping the country - women taking selfies of themselves breast feeding

Breastfeeding selfie by Tamm Forrester from Illinois

Anita from Nebraska sent this one in with the caption 'Breastfeeding like a boss'.

Breastfeeding selfie sent in by Sinead O'Brien from Nottingham

Charlotte Lovell from Kettering: "My gorgeous boy 5 minutes after birth! I breastfed my daughter, too! It's free, perfect temperature, helps to pass on immunities, it's readily available at all times, helps your uterus to contract back faster and the bond gained is amazing!"

Sent in by Hayley Smith from Blackpool

Sent in by Laura Booth from Liverpool, who said: "I breast fed my daughter for 15 months and it was the most rewarding thing I could have done. Now I'm carrying my second child and can't wait to do it all again."

"I was a breastfeeding mum at 19 when I started and you know what, it was the best thing I did for my daughter. There was one time I got told to go the bathroom to feed my baby, I was not happy with that at all." - Gillian White

"I breast fed twins for six months. I would recommend it to anyone, however I would also say that if it doesn't feel right then don't just persevere with it, ask for help. I never breast fed in public because I didn't feel comfortable doing so and I think that is because people are very judgmental and will try and push their view of it onto you." - Rowena Sandall from Gosport

'After having an emergency c-section my boy was rushed straight to neonatal intensive care, I had no skin to skin contact at birth and was not able to touch or feed him for just over 48 hours, it took a while for us to master latching on because of the delay in feeding but we didn't give up. Now my baby is 8 weeks old and thriving and I do believe that breast feeding played a big part in getting him better and fighting his infection.' - Angela Drysdale, Sutton-in-Ashfield

"The best part and only part that went to plan at the birth was breastfeeding my beautiful daughter. I couldn't care less what people think about breastfeeding. Women's breasts are not sexual they were primarily made for feeding our young." - Vicky Waterhouse, Bristol

Gemma Hall from Nottingham: This is me breastfeeding my 19-month-old daughter Eloise. Breastfeeding is a beautiful and natural thing - it should not be hid away, it needs to be normalised."

"Eight months strong! Normalize breastfeeding!" - Emma W, Narragansett, USA

"I'm grateful for being able to feed my baby for just over a year, now at 16 months she is magic! We are animals, end of argument I reckon." - Hayley Loughran, Eastleigh

Sinead O'Sullivan from Kerry breastfeeding on her wedding day

Sent in by Tacey Moreton from Leeds

"It's the most natural thing in the world. It's what they're there for!" - Stacey Page-Smith, Reading

Sent in by Sarah Nelson from Halifax

Leanne from Airdrie says: Breastfeeding and proud. People that think it's wrong are the ones with a problem. Nothing more amazing than the closeness with your baby and watching them grow thanks to you."

Emma Burgoyne from Hertfordshire says: "I really don't understand why people make such a fuss about women breastfeeding- it's just a mummy feeding her baby! It's not easy to breastfeed and it should be celebrated!"

Amanda Fontaine posted this on our Mirror Mums Facebook page

Sent in by Emma Cavanagh from Devon, who said: "Breastfed my son for 16 months.Very proud and love looking at feeding pictures. Brings back special memories."

Shelley-Anne Smith posted this on our Mirror Mums Facebook page