I don't know how real the "Disciples of the New Dawn" are, but the C-Section haters are very real. I don't think I'll ever understand the logic behind their hate.
If I may take a guess, they have sadistic tendencies.
My mother had 4 c-sections. I'm the eldest and the plan was for me to be born naturally but I was sitting in the womb so there wasn't anything else to do really. She had to be put under general anesthesia because she felt the cut - so there was plenty of pain there!
I think it is a sadistic tendency. Many believe that as a direct result of the original sin, god made childbearing pain very severe. You are supposed to go through a lot of pain, if you don't, you're going against god's orders. Others think you couldn't handle the "pain" or contractions, and that you begged the doctor to do a C-section. The doctor, of course said, OK.
I've had 3 C-sections, they are painful, so I don't know why some people think I 'got a lucky break.' If it's about comparing pain, I think I went through more pain than a woman who gives birth through the vagina. I arrived at the hospital and my cervix was 4 cm. After many hours, it was still 4 cm. They gave me Pitocin, this is a synthetic drug used to bringing about labor. I also had a amniotomy, this is a procedure done to artificially rupture the membranes or "break the water." I was in labor for 17 hours, contractions every 5 minutes and the cervix was still 4 cm. It never crossed my mind that I would have a C-section, I thought labor was supposed to be like that. Maybe it is, but it's because the cervix is opening, mine wasn't opening at all. The doctor said there was fetal distress and had to perform a C-section. So in the end, it wasn't even about all the pain I was in, it was about the baby having problems.
Some people even complain about women who had a vaginal birth with an epidural anesthetic. This is used in childbirth to produce loss of sensation below the waist. Again, they say, "That's not fair, they didn't have any pain, childbirth is supposed
Let's go back to talking about breastfeeding, boobs, and Crow's
human milk farm.