One of the things I have discovered in my years of teaching and just talking about breastfeeding in general is that there is a lot of miseducation out there. So I'm curious what you ladies see as some of the common myths and stereotypes of breastfeeding? What do you think can be done to challenge these myths? Do you think the myth/stereotypes(s) keep women from initiating and/or continuing breastfeeding? I'll give you an example of a stereotype that drives me crazy (I can could add a bunch more, but I'd love to hear what others have to say.). The stereotype that breastfeeding is gross and sexual. I think a lot of people do believe this. I even had a student argue with me one time about how BFing an infant much older than a few weeks is disgusting, and she went on to say that's what formula is for..blah, blah, blah. Then I asked the students in that class to raise their hands if they agreed or disagreed. I was shocked to see that only two women in the class didn't think it was gross to breastfeed past the first few weeks of life. What myths/stereotypes have you heard?