The Monterey Herald reported that in a lawsuit filed in late October, Sarah Ann Lewis Boyle said she was discriminated against and forced to pump her breasts with little privacy until the baby was weaned. When it came time for her job evaluation, she received very low marks, and her two-year contract with the school district was not renewed.
Of course, this isn't the first instance of workplace challenges for pumping moms , and it won't be the last. While being told to "train" your breasts to halt milk production seems like a pretty extreme directive from an employer (and downright cruel to the baby), it got us wondering: if you pumped at work, what was your experience like? Vote in the poll below, and then share your personal experience. We want to hear it all — the good, the bad, and the ugly!