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What an incredible contradiction for Schnarch to publicly write from a position of authority and imply that mothers who extended nurse their babies (based on the recommendations of the latest neurodevelopmental science) somehow have sadistic and selfish intentions, but then complain (at length!) that he was the victim of being "shamed" and "ridiculed" for it. Again, here is Schnarch's quote from the article:
"Whether such women are indulging themselves rather than their children merits consideration. So does the possibility they are cruel to their husbands, setting these men up to compete for attention, affection, status and time on the breast."
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