“Motherhood’s some badass, primal, beautiful s**t that shouldn’t be hidden.”
That’s Ronda Rousey’s message to anyone who thinks breastfeeding in public is inappropriate — saying it’s about damn time people accepted it as something that’s completely normal.
The UFC Hall of Famer posted about the topic on Instagram … sharing a caption passionately espousing the incredible act that is making and caring for a newborn baby.
“Our boys asked me the other day how I’m gunna feed Pō on the plane when we take her with us to Hawaii. And I was like, ‘uhhh, same way I always do’ 🤷🏼♀️Then it occurred to me that they probably never seen anyone breastfeed before and weren’t sure if it was appropriate in public.”
FYI, Ronda and her hubby Travis Browne — who married in 2017 — had their baby, La’akea Makalapuaokalanipō Browne, in late-September 2021.
34-year-old Rousey continued … “It still blows my mind that my body assembled this little person, pushed her out and now makes everything she needs to thrive🤯 It’s really nothing to be ashamed of, it’s something to brag about🤰🏼👩🏼🍼”
As we previously reported, Olympian Torah Bright also opened the doors to her breastfeeding experience … doing a headstand while feeding her son earlier this year.
Many other women have been pushing back after years of being shamed for feeding their children in public … and now Ronda is joining the movement.