Wow - I can't believe the responses
I never thought people would thank me for doing this. I am so very touched (and I never use those soppy words so you know it must be true)
Sierra - The Manager Names are Jane Goldberg (the offender) Jay Rhee and James something, darnit i forgot. Can i call them later and post it?
Potty Diva - I already have the law on my side for your first argument. Since they offer memberships to the public, technically they are a public facility.
I am going to explain that I am not out to promote bf'ing or to "make" any woman bf. My goal is to change the public view of bf'ing. It is not something disgusting or shameful. It is the best thing we can do for our children, esp faced with current health problems that have reached epidemic proportions such as obesity, diabetes, asthma and ear infections. It needs to be supported not shunned.
But if they ask "what's wrong with going somewhere private out of consideration of others who feel uncomfortable?" I don't know what to say. Not that I don't know what to say, but that I don't know how to be tactful about it. I would want to say something like "it's not my problem that doing something natural and good for both myself and my baby makes others uncomfortable" or "is it right to ask a minority to hide because there natural being makes some people uncomfortable?"
I think that's a little rude.
You guys have anything? I could just say that it is segregation and it's illegal. Would that work?