Tricky one. I breastfeed my toddler wherever we go. While I wish more women felt comfortable breastfeeding (at all, let alone in public), I fear that the implementation of lactation rooms is like "separate but equal" water fountains. It sends the message that lactation is dirty or sexual or weird, and that it should be kept private from non-lactating people. I shouldn't be expected to hide my lactating breasts. MY breasts have a good reason for being exposed in public, unlike men's breasts, which ironically are not taboo like mine.