UPDATE (from HuffPo, via FB! Stop harassing Emma Kwasnica over her breastfeeding pics):
"A representative from Kraft Foods reached out to HuffPost Food to clarify the origins of this ad. The ad was created by Kraft's ad agency, Cheil Worldwide, for a one-time use at an advertising forum and was not intended for public distribution or use with consumers."
It's a cute ad, even if it's using something sacred to sell cookies.
But here's the real story: When my friend Ivan, from Ads of The World, posted it on Facebook, he felt compelled to censor the image:
Why? I can't blame him. He was just protecting his social presence, because Facebook is notorious for censoring breastfeeding pictures.
It's like Facebook gets kickback from Enfamil.
And they ban people who don't follow the rules. Even mighty FEMEN have acquiesced and censored their "weapons" of protest.
Now, this example is not so virtuous. But it's interesting that Facebook has made everyone afraid of posting breasts, even in their least sexual context. And how perverted is that?