In my 3+ years of (continuous) nursing, I have only been told to move once (in St. Thomas, I thought I wrote about that experience, but I can't find the post right now). I have nursed all over the world, quite literally, and at such famous locations as the Smithsonian, the Eiffel Tower, Notre Dame, and just about everywhere else I've been. That should give you a very accurate picture of my views on breastfeeding in public. In fact, my whole attitude is, "It's a food source, not a sex object, and if you have a problem with me feeding my child you're a prude and a perv and you need to STFU and go away before I hurt you."
And so I love love love this article about how to breastfeed on a plane. I think it should be required reading for all pregnant women, new mothers, new fathers, and anyone else who has an opinion on breastfeeding, flying, babies, or filthy airline blankets.
Interfering with someone's right to breastfeed her child is a violation of her human rights. Bottom line. Preach it, sister! Great post. Great topic. Discuss.