Take thetime to choose someone, and do it carefully.No doubt you've heard that in Saudi Arabia, it's illegal for women to socialize with men—unless the guy is a relative. But according to a flurry of recent reports, a proposed new law in the Arab kingdom would create a legal way for women and men to mingle. Brace yourself: The idea is that women would breastfeed unrelated men—so the men could be considered family, as breastfeeding signifies a familial bond. Then another prominent sheikh, Abi Ishaq Al Huwaini, weighed in and said that he agreed with the general idea, but that men should suckle the milk straight from the breast. Let's face it: That's pretty medieval, even for a country that denies women the right to vote or drive.He also slapped the infant on the head before hospital staff confronted him. Orozco ran out of the hospital’s labor and delivery room after being confronted by hospital staff.When a security guard caught and restrained him, Orozco reached to his side and told the guard that he had a gun.
Police also checked Orozco’s home and the residence of Hartt’s mother, but he is yet to be found.But thankfully, the pronouncements, or fatwas, of two sheikhs do not necessarily a universal law make.It usually takes the entire religious elite to agree before something as controversial as this becomes practice. A similar breastfeeding fatwa was suggested three years ago by a cleric in Egypt, and as it turned out, people viewed him as a major boob.Yes, the milk is there even if someone has “proved” to you with the big pump that there isn’t any.How much does or does not come out in the pump proves nothing—pumps don’t work that well either when the milk is there in the small, but normal, quantities of the first days, , incidentally.