Why not be specific with regard to exactly what is rhetorical as opposed to factual about either of these questions Clyde [assuming you actually KNOW what rhetoric means]?First, you do understand that your question is rhetorical, correct?
Is there a specific reason why YOU never ever address assertions or answer question in the direct manner [like this] possible with this medium, and where did my question even touch on the women who for various reasons have difficulty or cannot breastfeed at all, whereby they have literally no choice with regard to using alternativcs?Secondly, your statements are superficial and rejects the match, which certainly affords those women found unable to breastfeed an alternative, or an option, as you would say.
Of the many reasons why women who want to breastfeed end up stopping, lots of them are reasons we can’t fix. Some women simply can’t breastfeed, no matter how hard they try.
Some have medical conditions, or have to take medications that make breastfeeding impossible. Some of them can’t do it because of work or other life circumstances.
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