Moms push back against BYU’s breastfeeding ban at conference

PROVO (AP) – Mothers in Utah are pushing back against BYU’s ban on children and breastfeeding at its annual Women’s Conference.

School officials say it’s been a longstanding rule that kids and babies aren’t allowed at the two-day college event, scheduled this year to begin on April 30.

Sarai Lambert Pixton is the mother of a 4-month-old boy. She says she wanted to go to the conference, but didn’t feel welcome after seeing the notice that nursing infants cannot be accommodated.

Another mother to a infant, Nataly Wixom-Burdick, says The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints should consider changing the rule.

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1 Comment

  • Bill s February 10, 2020 at 5:22 am Reply

    It makes laugh everytime I see mormons pushing against their leaders

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