I was watching the news last night - in australia - and they said that there were 1500 formal complaints to the equal oportunities department reporting woman being asked to leave or discriminated against by resturants/hotels/cafes etc for breast feeding, being pregnant, or having a baby in tow. (mostly it was breast feeding publicly) They were saying that statistically, for every person who makes a formal complaint 5-10 others are discriminated against, but say nothing. That soooo many woman! I wouldn't have thought it would be that bad. I've been denied access to a bus by the driver because I had the pram - even though their was wheelchair access and the wheelchair space was empty - I noted the time, bus route and the buses number reported the bus driver and he got in trouble Anyone else had experienced discrimination? Or heard of it? What would/have you done? And.... if you saw another woman being discrimated against, would you say something? Like, I was standing there in the street on a hot day in te midde of the day in the middle of summer in australia with Jasper who was crying - clearly a new born cry - but nobody thought to stand up for me, they just pushed passed me to get onto the bus after the bus driver had told me I wasn't able to get on with me pram I cant say I know I would have the confidence to stand up for a complete stranger - but I like to think that I could. I dont know how common it is in other countries, but if its happening, I think its important for mothers to stand together and stand up for one another. Even if I was FFing, I think I'd wnt to stand up for someone if they were being asked to leave for Bfing.