I believe improving work conditions should be a high priority—not making fancier pumps. The content of the breast milk itself may differ when it is exclusively pumped. Breast pumps are marketed as an essential accessory of modern motherhood to wealthy countries with expendable income, Thorley says, and she laments the death of the art of hand expressing breast milk. The normalization of exclusive pumping could have major societal implications: It may erode societal support for breastfeeding, for example. There are three ways to bridge that gap: longer maternity leaves, on-site infant childcare, and pumps. A radical new documentary sets aside the usual arguments to encourage a closer look at the systems that set so many women up to fail. The elephant in the room is the deplorable lack of paid maternity leave.
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