2008_12_facebfeed.jpgAfter Facebook removed photos of breast-feeding mothers from profile pages and albums, a protest group—on Facebook, naturally—has emerged. The "Hey, Facebook, breastfeeding is not obscene!" has almost 60,000 members who support nursing moms' right to post photos of breast-feeding their babies. The Daily News reports that Facebook only removes photos shown with full boob—Facebook wants the site to "[remain] a safe, secure and trusted environment for all users, including the many children [over the age of 13]"—but Mothers International Lactation Campaign has asked folks, on December 27, "change your profile picture for one day, to one which includes an image of a nursing mom." A Brooklyn lactation consultant tells the News, "The more people see breast-feeding, the more normal it becomes. It's a natural, beautiful state to be in." Previously, breast-feeding moms have taken on Toys R Us, Barbara Walters, and formula.