Originally Posted by nerdrock
Personally, to see someone just sitting in public breast feeding makes me uncomfortable. We all have rights when we're shopping, eating out, traveling, etc and being comfortable is one of those.
I am fairly sure viewing comfort is not a covered right. Otherwise, I would insist that fat people not be allowed on beaches, particularly ugly people would have to wear burkas, and bumper stickers advocating Obama 2012 would be banned since they make me uncomfortable to look at.
Don't you fear that you might do something that makes someone else mildly uncomfortable that you wouldn't want to see banned?
I'll straight up admit when I went to Six Flags Houston when they had the gay event (about 95% of everyone there that day for a big celebration) I was grossed out by guys squeezing each others booties, big 6'4" guys wearing small superman shirts and short jean shorts, and other head shuddering PDA but I mostly just laughed it off like watching someone eat worms, and I survived just fine and they had their quasi-parade and everyone coexisted happily without any laws limiting freedoms. Now if I were personally sexually harassed, then that is a whole other matter, but just seeing something... meh, just don't stare.
After all, we're supposed to be all about tolerance these days. Tolerance just means you have to put up with it, not like it.