Thought you loved this 'Walking Dead' actor before? Wait'll you see his pic with 2 nursing moms.

Daryl, er, Norman Reedus is the coolest. If you weren't convinced he is just the best before, surely there's no contest now.

This guy, two moms, and their two babies just did their part to fix a crappy societal double standard that even Victoria's Secret engages in.

I'll show you in a minute. But at first, it just seems like a nice gesture a celebrity did for some mom-fans.

Free it! Love these ladies! Tonight's show is gonna be awesome!!!
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Yay, #FreeTheNipple! What a cute photo opp, right?

Now, excuse me for a moment while I indulge in an utterly predictable fan-girl moment, and then I'll get back to the breastfeeding thing.




But these GIFs of Daryl Dixon and a baby don't really have anything to do with the breastfeeding thing. There's just something so great about seeing men caring for infants without it being seen as an emasculating thing that I couldn't resist. Also, hi: DARYL. OK, back to the topic at hand.


Babies need to eat, yo. And if you wouldn't want to eat YOUR lunch while being smothered and trapped under a blanket, or cramped into a bathroom stall, then let's all have some empathy for those nursing mamas and let them feed their babes in peace.

Because if we don't cheer on nursing moms and give them the space to do their thing, this happens:

Would society be a little more tolerant of public breastfeeding if a bunch of people saw this? SHARE, my mammary-supporting friends! Let's find out!


Meet Eva, the hero dog who risked her life saving her owner from a mountain lion

Wilson had been walking down a path with Eva when a mountain lion suddenly appeared.

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A sweet face and fierce loyalty: Belgian Malinois defends owner.

The Belgian Malinois is a special breed of dog. It's highly intelligent, extremely athletic and needs a ton of interaction. While these attributes make the Belgian Malinois the perfect dog for police and military work, they can be a bit of a handful as a typical pet.

As Belgian Malinois owner Erin Wilson jokingly told NPR, they’re basically "a German shepherd on steroids or crack or cocaine.”

It was her Malinois Eva’s natural drive, however, that ended up saving Wilson’s life.

According to a news release from the California Department of Fish and Wildlife, Wilson had been walking down a path with Eva slightly ahead of her when a mountain lion suddenly appeared and swiped Wilson across the left shoulder. She quickly yelled Eva’s name and the dog’s instincts kicked in immediately. Eva rushed in to defend her owner.

It wasn’t long, though, before the mountain lion won the upper hand, much to Wilson’s horror.

She told TODAY, “They fought for a couple seconds, and then I heard her start crying. That’s when the cat latched on to her skull.”

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Jada Sayles got both a newborn baby and her college degree.

You know what they say about the best laid plans? Well, it's true. And no one knows that better than Jada Sayles. On May 15, Sayles was all set to graduate from Dillard University, a historically Black university in New Orleans. Around 4:30 a.m., she realized that her plans were about to change in a big way. Instead of getting ready for her graduation, she was in labor and being admitted to the hospital.

"I thought I was gonna walk across the stage to get my degree, instead I got my baby," Sayles tweeted, along with a series of photos. "My sweet face decided to make his way on MY big day (now his). Shoutout to my university for still bringing my graduation and degree to me."

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Sandy Hook school shooting survivors are growing up and telling us what they've experienced.

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Imagine being 6 years old, sitting in your classroom in an idyllic small town, when you start hearing gunshots. Your teacher tries to sound calm, but you hear the fear in her voice as she tells you to go hide in your cubby. She says, "be quiet as a mouse," but the sobs of your classmates ring in your ears. In four minutes, you hear more than 150 gunshots.

You're in the first grade. You wholeheartedly believe in Santa Claus and magic. You're excited about losing your front teeth. Your parents still prescreen PG-rated films so they can prepare you for things that might be scary in them.

And yet here you are, living through a horror few can fathom.

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