Myspace.com has removed the picture at right from a Tacoma, Washington woman's page because it "violates MySpace policies against nudity and sexually suggestive images." Myspace also threatened to delete her page if she continues to post the picture. You can sign an e-petition asking Myspace to reverse this action, and see see some comments about the issue at this Seattle Post-Intelligencer blog.
A Pennsylvania mother was asked to cover up while nursing at a mall, and then threatened with being "banned" from the mall when she declined. The full story is here. A nurse-in was held at the mall on Saturday (2/24) and hundreds attended (video). Here's bit of her story:
At this point the first security guard came back to get involved. He asked why I couldn't move the breastfeeding into a more private location like the bathroom. My husband asked him if he liked to eat on a toilet seat in a public bathroom. The security guard replied that I didn't have to sit on a toilet. My husband asked where should she sit, on the floor? The security guard replied that I could stand in the bathroom. My husband laughed and said "obviously you've never breastfed."
A mother in Michigan wrote in to Angela at Breastfeeding 1-2-3 with her story of being prohibited from nursing her son at his day care in front of other children and required to use a separate space.
And, as I wrote about below, a mother in Ohio told her story of being charged more by her day care because her baby was being fed breastmilk.
Here's hoping that next week brings some better news!