Are you a new mom who's feeling judged for breastfeeding in public? Now there's a solution!
- March 18, 2015
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Staring - Matthew Gray Gubler, Kirby Hawell-Baptiste, Deanna Russo, Alana Johnston and Robin Long
Written and Directed by Allan McLeod
Director of Photography - Aaron Ulrich
Gaffer - Rob Streeper
Key Grip - Joel Stout
Production Designer - Tricia Robertson
Wardrobe Stylist - Michelle Thompson
Make Up Artist - Brenna Haukedahl
Sound Mixer - Chris Bennett for BoTown Sound
Production Coordinator - Andrew Grissom
Unit Production Manager - Jacob Geller
Producer - Sean Boyle
Editor - Bradly Schulz
March 18, 2015
Matthew Gray Gubler: >: Are you a new mom who feels scrutinized for
breastfeeding in public? Do you feel judged by those around you when you
just want to nourish your baby?
Well there's now something you can do about it.
Come to my house!
Hi, I'm Carl. Maybe you're worried about people seeing your new
mommy body. Well, I think it's a work of art work.
So feel free to breastfeed anywhere you want.
You can sit on my couch and breastfeed.
You can sit in my easy chair and breastfeed.
On the floor, on the stairs, everywhere.
I'm not one of those people who's weirded out by breastfeeding.
After all, breastfeeding is not a crime, I should know. I tried out
to be a policeman once.
> Deanna Russo: But Carl, I like to nurse in the kitchen
where there's cups or vessels to contain my leftover breast milk
when the baby is full. What is this?
> My kitchen is available to you, and so is my empty soup cans.
I use the leftover milk for my cereal and my cat.
You can feel safe nursing here. This is a discrimination free zone.
Fun fact! I know a lot about breastfeeding.
My mom breastfed me until I graduated high school when I was 20.
(he speaks in Spanish)
Hey, don't worry my house has no sharp objects to puncture your tatas
and spill out the milk except in the basement.
Scared the ghosts are going to spook the milk out of you? Don't worry,
I check my house regularly for ghosts.
(beeping is heard from the device and a ghost whisper is heard in the background)
> Kirby Hawell-Baptiste: My preference is breastfeeding in bed...what is this?
> Breastfeeding in bed? Whoa! That just happens to be my preference too.
Consider my bed your lactation station.
I'll just be in the corner hole not judging you.
Face it, you don't want to breastfeed on a plane, train, or baseball game,
so come to my house.
Conveniently located by the 118 freeway, Chester underpass by the woods.
Come to my house!