Jul Prudko is a self-proclaimed workaholic, PR agency boss, and mom — who has the internet fired up over a photo she shared of herself breastfeeding. She posted the above image, which shows her nursing her child while laying completely naked, to make a larger statement about the controversy surrounding breastfeeding. The post has since gone viral and has garnered more than comments both supporting and criticizing the mom for her choice. Some commenters applauded Jul for being bold and showing off the natural moment with her son, while others argued that breastfeeding moms should be more modest. Jul, who lives in Moscow, told the Daily Mail that she feels it's important to let the public know that moms need to feed their babies when and where they want to be fed, and this was her way of showing it. While the unfortunate debate surrounding this photo and so many others remains inevitable, we're cheering Jul on for her bold breastfeeding statement.
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