Families are due to gather in Swansea today to support a mother who was called a 'tramp' on Facebook for feeding her baby in public.
Emily Slough started a campaign after finding a photograph of herself feeding her daughter had been posted online.
She will be holding a protest in her home town in Staffordshire and other women across the UK will be showing their support.
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