Even in this day and age, women are still being criticised for choosing to nourish their children naturally. Mila Kunis confesses that she herself has been the victim of a few nasty looks while out and about breastfeeding daughter Wyatt Isabelle, and it still shocks both her and husband Ashton Kutcher.

Mila Kunis, Ashton Kutcher and WyattMila Kunis is happy to feed daughter Wyatt in public

Mila and Ashton are currently awaiting the birth of their second child, and it's been almost two years since first daughter Wyatt was born. Like a lot of mothers, the actress is choosing to breastfeed her child, and that means committing 24 hours a day wherever you may be in the world. 

'I support every woman's choice in what she wants to do and whatever makes them happy, but for me, I did nurse my child and I literally breastfed everywhere', she told Vanity Fair. 'There were many times where I didn't bring a cover with me, and so I just did it in a restaurant, in the subway, in the park, at airports, and in planes. Why did I do it in public? Because I had to feed my child. She's hungry. I need to feed her whether it's out of a bottle or out of my boob no matter where I was.'

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Of course, that meant a lot of narrow-minded people would make it overtly obvious that they felt offended by it. These are the sort of people that cannot get it out of their head that body parts are sexual, even if they are inherently designed for producing and nourishing babies. 

'It always made my husband and I feel a little weird', she said. 'It took us aback a little because people actually looked at us in a shameful [way], and we were like, 'Oh my God,' because it's so not a sexual act.

'It didn't matter to me what other people thought. That's what I chose to do, but I think it's unfortunate that people are so hard on women who choose to do it and do it in public. In the States and in our culture, we sexualize the breast so much that there's an aspect of it that people just don't know how to wrap their head around the idea of showing your breast in public. But I respect the opinions on both sides. If it's not for you, don't look.'