Passenger on the NYC subway system is commuting to work. She's minding her own business, reading a book, attempting to avoid other passengers' personal space. A mother and her adorable toddler/child are sitting across the way. The exact age of the toddler/child is indeterminable (of course) but he's walking and talking in full sentence. His adorableness quickly evaporates when he starts demanding (in an outside voice), "I'm hungry! Take it out!!!" while swiping at his mother's blouse. The mother denies his demand and attempts to gently block his grabbing hands. This results in toddler/child spinning into a full throttle tantrum of repeated screams, "TAKE IT OUT! TAKE IT OUT! TAKE IT OUT!" while slapping his mother's chest.
I will attempt to express my opinion on the above without being insensitive: if you are going to engage in extended breastfeeding, kindly teach your child about appropriate nursing environments (i.e. not a crowded subway car during commuting hours). Public transportation etiquette should be a standard lesson for children who accompany their adult counterparts on the subway. The whole screaming at increasing volumes, especially when demanding that your mother whip out a tata, is not cool.