Thursday, May 10, 2012

Time magazine cover

  • TV programs love talking about the controversial new Time magazine cover. Theyre just a little shy about showing the whole thing.  For a story about attachment parenting — whose leading proponent, Dr.
  • (Los Angeles Times)
  • Newsweeks Tina Brown no longer has a monopoly on controversial covers. Time Magazine is out with a new issue featuring a cover shot of an attractive young mother breast feeding her three-year-old child. The cover story is actually about Dr.
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  • The cover of the latest Time magazine illustrates a story about 72-year-old pediatrician Dr. William Sears with a photo of a nearly 4-year-old boy standing and suckling at the breast of his 26-year-old mother.
  • (Hartford Courant)
  • TIME Magazine has jumped into the recent controversy over attachment parenting by using the photo of a 26-year-old mother breastfeeding her 3-year-old son. Parts of the woman's breasts are exposed. The boy is standing on a chair.
  • (Houston Chronicle)
  • NEW YORK -- Time magazines latest cover, which features an attractive 26-year-old mother breastfeeding her toddler son, sparked strong reaction Thursday, with industry experts calling it everything from a cheap shot to a desperate move.
  • (MyFox Detroit)
  • A Time Magazine cover is causing a major stir when it comes to when a mom should stop breastfeeding.
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  • Social media are buzzing about the provocative Time magazine cover showing a Los Angeles mother breast-feeding her 3-year-old son. The story is on attachment parenting, a trend that, Time reports, has been on the rise over the past two decades.
  • (News-Press)
  • Time magazines cover photo features a Los Angeles mom, Jamie Lynne Grumet, breastfeeding her nearly 4-year-old son. When the cover hit the newsstands just days before Mothers Day, it instantly sparked head-snapping responses by unsuspecting readers.
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  • This week's cover of Time Magazine shows Los Angeles mother Jamie Lynne Grumet nursing her 3-year-old son, who reaches her breast with the help of a chair.
  • (ABC News)

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