Woman Uses Victoria's Secret Model as Breastfeeding Cover

This breastfeeding mom uploaded a photo to Facebook that made a big statement: She used a pic of a Victoria's Secret model to get her point across.

Woman Uses Victoria's Secret Model as Breastfeeding Cover Maria Corry/Facebook

Maria Corry was understandably frustrated after a photograph of her breastfeeding her child was reported as inappropriate five times on Facebook—so she decided to do something bold. Something that would make a statement.

Corry chose to upload yet another breastfeeding selfie—but this time, she opted for one that probably wouldn't get reported.

The "brelfie" in question was of Corry sitting on her bed and nursing her baby... but covered herself up with an image of a Victoria's Secret model. The ironic part? The model's breasts are partially exposed as well.

"So since my breastfeeding photo which showed NOTHING got reported more than FIVE times, I'm posting this. I bet this won't be reported, because you can see this picture in every mall you step into, huge and blown up outside the store," Corry wrote alongside the photo.

Corry's point comes across loud and clear. It's so ridiculous that people are still getting up in arms over the image of a woman feeding her child—there is nothing sexual or gross about it.

"Moms, post your breast selfies below," Corry encouraged in her post. "Breastfeeding is natural, it's what our breasts were meant for!"

All we have to say about this is... #PREACH.