NoAny way that child and baby interact is just that, the way they interact. I do not wear a bra. When I go anywhere with my child, I wear a tank top and an open button down shirt. I have her in cradle position and pull the tank up. She is prone to popping off, pulling up my shirt to expose other breast (I do pull it back down, and try to keep mostly covered), she must have my other nipple in her hand. Also, my breasts are very prone to leaking even now when baby is almost 20 mo, so I have to put a rag in my shirt on other breast, then she does the switching thing... So I am sure people have seen my entire breast.
Honestly, I don't go out much, but I never hesitate to feed my baby and be an example whenever and wherever I can. I fed her at the skating rink, the day after the end of the school year. We took our homeschooled dd1 there for her bday, not knowing it was the busiest day of the year for the place. I got some looks. I was prepared for someone to say something. I am sure some prepubescent boys saw me, hopefully it will assist them in their choices after breeding.
It is not my problem that the human body makes them uncomfortable. It is my part in life to normalize breastfeeding for the sake of those that come after us. I also believe in open nudity, though I don't get to practice it. Europeans go topless all the time, yk?
I cringe when I see someone feeding bottles, but a breast makes me smile.
jeanine says it well. I am not uncomfortable at all. If anyone is, it is their hangup and it would help them to examine that and come to terms. Just like people that are afraid of spiders or heights... most likely it comes from not being breastfed as children (part of why men are so fascinated with breasts, from unfulfilled childhood needs), or strict religious beliefs... but we were all born naked, clothes are manmade, yk?
It isn't mine or anyone else's place to determine what is and isn't the right amount of exposure. If the amount of breast that is exposed makes me uncomfortable then it is on me to figure out where that feeling is coming from and address it, not to force the other mom to adjust her level of comfort to accommodate mine.