You're doing a great job. The second paragraph of the section you cite is the state equivalent of the federal Pregnancy Discrimination Act of 1978. And, no, it doesn't mention breastfeeding but I think it is huge "duh!" because lactation is clearly a condition related to childbirth. However, federal case law held that breastfeeding/lactation is *not* related to childbirth (!!??). So since the Virginia legislature has clarified that breastfeeding discrimination is pregnancy discrimination with regard to employment in the section we discussed earlier, the same should be true with regard to public accommodations. The same term should have the same meaning. It isn't a slam dunk but I would make the argument.
ETA~ I appreciate you entertaining my questions and helping me figure this out. I'm fairly confident in my reactions to those questioning me NIP, but I'd like to have things to arm thos mamas who aren't so confident.