I am a 29 year old mother of 2 who was recently denied the right to breastfeed my two month old daughter in a Victoria's Secret dressing room in Mount Pleasant, SC. The sales girl told me that I couldn't feed her in their dressing room, (mind you, there were no customers in the store at the time), but I could feed her next door in the Old Navy public restroom. After I left the store with my screaming child in tote and fed her, I called Client Relations in Ohio to complain and was then told that it was against company policy to breast feed there, that maybe I could find another place to feed her or to find alternative arrangements when bringing my daughter shopping with me. I find if very hard to believe that a company such as VS would treat not only a woman, but a consumer of their goods so poorly. Please google Lori Rueger and you will read the article our local paper wrote about this injustice. Thank you for your attention.
I also am a mother and I also shop Victoria Secret and I would NEVER try to breast feed my child in their store. You obviously have little worries in your life to cause trouble over such an insignificant matter. Get a life sister!
I am sorry that you are so ignorant that you would post such a message. I don't believe that you are in fact a mother, because a good mother wouldn't care where she was feeding her child, company policy or not. Check your grammer before you post, "lady"..