That’s real touching, but so naive. Of course women can’t solve the milk heating conundrum. That’s why we have the state to begin with.
Last month, Walker went live on the web with Eats on Feets, a social networking site. The twist? The site is a “place for parents who need breast milk for their babies to find women willing to give them some.”
It should not come as a shock that established milk banks are joining forces with regulators to attempt to stop women from solving a standard network and distribution problem. For milk banks, there is the fear of competition. For regulators, there is the fear that acting women may realize they can function without the state. And we can’t have that. Can we?