That’s Gwen Stefani’s Nipple

August 4th, 2014 // 63 Comments

While breastfeeding her son. Should I have mentioned breastfeeding her son upfront? That’s Gwen Stefani‘s nipple while breastfeeding her son. Now you sit there staring out the window thinking about how that didn’t even stop you. You barely hesitated. What are you doing with your life?

Photos: AKM-GSI

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  1. Gwen Stefani Breastfeeding Son Apollo
    Commented on this photo:

    I think it’s so awesome that many women continue to breastfeed, knowing that it is the best thing for baby and mother. Besides, I like her anyway….just a gorgeous woman.

  2. I find this posting of Gwen Stefani pretty tasteless. I have been an avid reader, and enjoyer, of your site/bikini photo posts for years but I’m afraid that if more content like this comes up on the site I will be moving my attentions and web traffic to one of the many other blogs out there. I mean, she’s breast-feeding. Is this “nip slip” posting really necessary?

    • “Bless me Father, for I have sinned…”

    • Would just like to add that I have no issue with a woman breastfeeding where she needs to or would like to in public. My issue is with someone taking a picture without her consent, selling it, profiting off if it, then it getting posted to the internet for an untold amount of people to see. It feels unseemly, especially given the sexual nature of some of the comments. I recognize that this is a site about celebrity gossip and boobs. I have enjoyed the site for many years and I can clearly take a joke. But this post offended me and I do see it as a gross invasion of privacy.

    • It’s funny how these people who are always outraged by these kinds of posts and will never come back, never bothered to comment until they get a post like this.

      You never contributed before, nobody’s going to notice or care that you’re gone. Don’t let the door hit you on the ass on the way out.

  3. Gwen Stefani Breastfeeding Son Apollo
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    Apollo you don’t say? If Apollo Creed dranked some of that nectar he might have kicked Ivan Drago’s ass!

  4. “You barely hesitated. What are you doing with your life?”
    Er, apparently I’m also getting envious of a newborn, so there’s that…

  5. Cock Dr

    The blogger bought these photos for himself, posting them on the site is just an excuse.
    Although I sympathize with Gwen’s invasion of privacy here just how precious is that privacy when you, a photogenic pop music celebrity, break out the milk jugs on a crowded beach?

  6. Gwen Stefani Breastfeeding Son Apollo
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    and queue up all the people who insist breast feeding is natural, beautiful, and completely appropriate to do in public…but we’re not supposed to look, because it’s private and personal.

  7. Gwen Stefani Breastfeeding Son Apollo
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    I like a good nipple or two in my face like the rest of mankind, but this is photo is probably the first legit case of an invasion of privacy on here…

    Come on, Fish.

    • Bob

      See McFeely’s comment above you. Nobody broke into her hotel room to get this pic. She decided to feed her baby in a public place where she knows that cameras point at her. The baby was happy it got fed and the trolls are happy we got to see nipple. Why do you hate happiness?

      • The issue is, Bob, that she has the natural right to feed her child when it needs to be fed, and feed it in a manner of her choosing. It’s neither your call, nor mine what she does in that particular circumstance. What is our call is whether to look or not, and just fundamental basic decency says to look away.

      • I disagree that you (or she) gets to decide what “fundamental basic decency” means for the rest of us. I might argue that basic decency means being a little discreet when breast feeding in public.

        and I do.

      • Of course you might argue that, but you are the one equating either a moral position or a position of sexuality to a natural act.

        It’s hard to make a case for indecency with public breastfeeding without the viewer overlaying a subjective response to do it. It is natural first, “indecent” second (thus the overlay). To claim indecency is a mistake in logic.

        If I argue subjectively on your terms, however, I can say, as I did, that basic decency *does* mean looking away because the natural nature of the act should guarantee a reasonable expectation of privacy against those who seek to overlay a subjective opinion. My looking away brings me closer to the logical “fact”, while your looking at takes you to that secondary position, and thus further from logical stability.

    • lovecraft

      So people have a reasonable expectation of privacy on a public beach?

      • Well it’s most likely a private beach (if you know the way Italian beaches are), but that’s not really the point – she has a reasonable expectation of privacy when her young son is involved in a natural act related to the natural (and legitimate) choice she has made in raising that child. There may be alternatives, but she does not have to conform to them.

        The child is feeding, and, because there’s a danger of people equating that act with sexuality (with several examples here already), the breastfeeding should only be the business of the mother and child; it is not your concern, or my concern, when the child needs to be fed, or under what circumstances the child is fed, etc; instead, the child’s needs (and the mother’s needs to provide for that) override your right to look (and any long lingering looks would, I’m sure, find you on the wrong side of any law). Regardless, I’d figure that Stefani has a good case to sue any bloggers posting these photos.

      • lovecraft

        The only real issue here is whether it was a private or public beach. If it was public, good luck suing to have the pictures removed.

      • HP

        There is only one real issue here:

        Did Gwen Stefani get implants? If so, I’m heartbroken.

        As for ethics, it’s understood that a mother should have the right to breastfeed her kid and her kid has a right to be nurtured. Also, it should be understood that if your boob comes out anywhere outside of your home, there might be a perv around to snap a picture, and there’s a sea of perverts out there who’ll gladly put Fish’s hypothetical kids through college to have a chance to see the aforementioned picture. That’s practically Newtonian. I, for one, have been waiting for this nipple since like 1995. I’m just disappointed that it looks like a fake boob.

    • If you think this is an invasion of privacy, then you probably don’t know what “privacy” means.

      Hint: It’s not stuff you do in public.

      • The idea of public and private is a shuttling term: even if in public, a contextual expectation of privacy is entirely possible. The mother shouldn’t have to neglect her child in any way to accommodate your right to not *have to* look at her naked breast. Can you see that your logic breaks down quite quickly there?

      • lovecraft

        So if a mother breaks out her tits on what is clearly a public beach if you look at the later pictures, everyone should close their eyes and look away because breastfeeding is a special, private event between mother and child regardless of where it is done? Methinks you don’t have a basic understanding of the word “logic”.

      • Lovecraft, I’m sure you’ll find with a bit of research that Porto Cervo beach is private.

        “Breaks out her tits” additionally hardly brings me to trust the authority of your voice, nor does the emotional infusion of “special, private event” with its interlaced sarcasm. Your argument is compromised by that alone. It’s sometimes better to argue with dispassion.

        I have not once said it is a “special” event, nor have I said it is “private”. I have argued instead, if you follow, that a woman would have a reasonable expectation of privacy, and that the interaction between the private and the public is contextual: an act of breastfeeding could trigger a reasonable expectation of privacy during the course of that act.

        The problem with your mentality is that you act as if she is forcing you to look at her. You make that choice, not her.

      • There are ways to drape her upper body with a towel or to get off her lazy ass and go somewhere with some privacy. Making the decision of expose her (lovely) breast right where she is somewhat limits her expectation of privacy. Even if it’s a private beach, the possibility is that whoever took the photo is a guest. Now what happens to her expectation of privacy? One the other hand, I’ll bet she doesn’t give a shit one way or another. In other words, no harm, no foul. If you personally find it offensive, DON’T FUCKING LOOK. But get off your high horse and let the rest of humanity stop and smell the nipp…er…flowers.

      • I don’t find the act depicted in the picture offensive. I don’t think you follow the logical discussion going on around you. Try again.

      • No, but you do seem to find the fact that others are seeing (NB: not looking) offensive. There is a difference between seeing something and looking at that same event. Nonetheless it feels as though you are making a mountain out of a really nice-sized and quite beautiful mole hill. And those puns were intended. Game over.

      • I’m talking logically about privacy. I don’t believe in the admissibility of the concept of being offended.

        Your puns are fantastic, and I wish you much luck on your book dedicated to them. I’ll catch you on the lecture tour.

      • If you honestly think the only two possible options available are “pull tits out and ask everyone to look away” and “neglect baby” then I’m not very impressed by your opinions on logic.

        If a scenario has two options, one being “use a little discretion”, and the other being “expect the entire world to accommodate you” then I think the former is a little more reasonable…don’t you? Doesn’t a blanket solve the whole problem? The blanket she has in her lap partially covering the baby already?

      • It is easier for you to not look / look away than for Stefani to breast-pump in advance, or delay, or cover up, or go inside. She doesn’t have to make any accommodations for your decision to look. You are the one looking. She is not magically unveiling for you.

        Your logic rests on the notion that you would ultimately look regardless and find her accommodations for your gaze reasonable if she covered up (and unreasonable if not). It’s faulty logic, sir, the same unsound logic used by rapists who rape based on a woman “asking for it” by dressing a certain way.

        Please though, keep defenestrating yourself out the logical window, and keep climbing those stairs back up to parry aimlessly.

      • frankie

        Why is there an expectation of privacy? Why shouldn’t I be expected to look. Somebodies (gavin’s) looking is how the whole thing started. It is society that has set up these expectations and they are somewhat randomly contrived. For many young men they would be odd if they didn’t want to look and catch a glimpse.

      • Ha. Sure, Frankie, blame society! It’s all society’s fault that you are making a sexual event out of a CHILD breastfeeding.

      • frankie

        No, I would prefer that the child wasn’t there. Hey look I am married, have kids and my wife breast fed. I am ok with that. I would think that your kinda of a perv to look, but my point was that it is society that sets up these social standards they are somewhat random.

        And this is just pure bs

        “Your logic rests on the notion that you would ultimately look regardless and find her accommodations for your gaze reasonable if she covered up (and unreasonable if not). It’s faulty logic, sir, the same unsound logic used by rapists who rape based on a woman “asking for it” by dressing a certain way.”

      • lovecraft

        I was not sure if you were actually serious or not but now that you are breaking out the “hey, look at me, I’m using big words to make myself look like an amazing pseudo intellectual who is smarter than everyone I am arguing with” I actually am still not certain if you are just being annoying on purpose or if you actually believe the bullshit you are spouting here.

      • Lovecraft, logic isn’t bullshit; it’s how you hopefully make decisions day-to-day in your life. No matter its expression, its basis remains the same.

        You are now using an ad hominem fallacy. It should be deeply concerning to you that you are basing your argument on the length of a person’s words in response to your argument, and not the logical stability underpinning those words. Logic is complemented by rhetoric anyway (the difference between MLK saying “Let’s get this fucking equality shit going” and “I have a dream”).

        Feel free to critique the logic of what I’ve said though; I have absolutely no problem with you doing that.

      • How did I just know you were going to bring up rape? It’s getting to the point where I can sense it coming from miles away. Anytime a woman does something and ends up getting the short end. When people point out ways she could have avoided this incident, you could bet your last dollar that someone is going to show up and say “This just like rapists who” or “this is like when a woman gets raped and people say”

        Get the fuck out of here with that bullshit.

        It’s the ultimate in logical fallacies and is a pathetic attempt to shut down dialogue by throwing out heinous comparisons. As a mother Gwen had a few options, she could have prepared some formula, pumped a few bottles of breast milk beforehand etc. Failing to do so created a situation where the child was hungry and she had no other option than to whip out that titty.

        Her fault, nobody else’s. Being a high profile celebrity, she has cameras on her at all times. Hence we get a picture of her titty. There’s no expectation of privacy in a public place. So, tough titty for her (no pun intended).

      • Don, you’re just angry that your unchecked right to do largely whatever you want in terms of women is now being curtailed. (like a lot of men, myself included, it’s a struggle to get used to this new, and overdue, equality thing).

        As I’ve said before, Stefani doesn’t have to prepare anything just so that you don’t look when she “whips out that titty” (stop undermining your argument by your poor diction). I don’t know what you don’t understand about the concept that she doesn’t have to pump beforehand just to avoid being photographed; the photographer is the active agent here, and he is in the wrong.

        As I said before, and I stand by it, by valid extension, any woman dressing in any way shouldn’t have to take pre-measures to stop any man from looking; it’s you that’s looking. Take some responsibility for that and you’ll start to understand the situation here and how shitty it must be to be a woman getting ogled by perverts while she’s trying to feed her child.

        Otherwise, you won’t be fit for this century.

      • Yes, because Gwen is the first woman to give birth and we haven’t developed alternatives so you can feed you kid without exposing yourself in public.

        If you don’t want to be ogled don’t whip out your titty (fuck diction, this isn’t an English class) in public places. That goes double for famous people. Looking at women isn’t illegal. People have a right to look wherever they want.

        The only person that needs to take responsibility here is Gwen. If she was really concerned about people seeing her titty, she would’ve prepared some bottles beforehand.

        I guess you’re one of those people who think women should be able to do whatever they want, whenever they want and it’s everyone else’s responsibility to look away or move out of their way. Bullshit. That’s not the way it works.

        That’s some nice feminist bullshit you’re slinging. Are you going to tell us about how we live in a rape culture next or are you going to give a speech about the all powerful patriarchy? Those are always good for a laugh.

      • @McFeely Smackup
        If you were walking down the beach would you stare? Seriously? Would you? I know you wouldn’t because you DO know the difference. Yet here you are pedantically defending the post.

    • I’m in total agreement. A nipple slip is one thing, but this kind of shit is going to far. Have at least a little respect you fucking douche.

  8. Gwen Stefani Breastfeeding Son Apollo
    Robb7
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    You want privacy — go inside!

  9. Gwen Stefani Breastfeeding Son Apollo
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    Yeah, I know it’s Gwen and she never shows anything, but this kind of photo isn’t cool. She’s breastfeeding her kid. Thumbs down.

    • lovecraft

      She doesn’t want people looking at her boobs, maybe she should keep them covered in public places. They also make these fancy machines called breast pumps that allow mothers to store milk just for occasions like this.

  10. JimBB

    Is it wrong that I’m even MORE turned on by tit shots where they’re breastfeeding?

    • Why you sick, sick motherfu…nahhh. Sounds like it’s in the realm of normal emotional responses to me. But then I always liked prickly heat and to this day am not quite right…in the head.

  11. As a bfing Mom, I say good for her. Yay for boobies doing what boobies are intended to do!

    • *pokes head in* I’d like to know if it was a logical response for me to literally laugh out loud at you referencing yourself as a “bfing Mom.” *backs out slowly*

  12. Jimbo

    Lucky little shit…If I was that kid, I would breast feed until I was 14

  13. Gwen Stefani Breastfeeding Son Apollo
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    I don’t care about how beautiful and natural it is, I don’t want to see it. And I’m a woman. Belching and farting is natural, and somewhat beautiful, but I don’t go around doing it in public.
    I also don’t know why these celebs think I want to see a picture of them naked and pregnant. Like they are the first woman to bear a child.

    Anyway, having said all that, I’m sure she didn’t mean for that to go public.

  14. Gwen Stefani Breastfeeding Son Apollo
    Mister B
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    Not like this! Not like this!

  15. Gwen Stefani Breastfeeding Son Apollo
    stucco
    Commented on this photo:

    “Mom, why do I have to drink milk out of plastic jugs when other kids get milk from boobs?”

  16. Gwen Stefani Breastfeeding Son Apollo
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    Having kids have done wonders for her boobs. She used to be flat chested. Now she’s got some great breasts. always been one of my favourite celebs. Been waiting to see this boob for almost 20 years now.

  17. Gwen Stefani Breastfeeding Son Apollo
    sc4play
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    Nom, nom, nom!

  18. Damn b/f is so political it’s crazy. Celebrities will get snapped doing anything, especially if it’s a charged issue like b/f is right now. She should expect that and if it bothered her she would have packed one of those boob-bibs. Photogs are trashy assholes, men (and women like myself who may or may not have disturbing pregnant women fetishes) like to look at boobs, and women should feed where ever the fuck they want to. I know I will if I have a kid and I won’t give a flying fuck who’s watching. The End.

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    iwantit
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    let me know when you’re finished there little man. Me next.

  20. anonym

    nom nom nom.

    When did her tits get so big. Nice nips

  21. Gwen Stefani Breastfeeding Son Apollo
    Jaime
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    What is it with the red star? Totally stupid that something gets censored on the front page, but not after the jump. Could you guys quit being so prudish? And while I’m at it, could you knock it off with the second grade names you call each other?

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