Justice is a dish best served from a man's nipple, or something. Look, all I'm saying is that the European Union Court of Justice has just granted Spanish dads the right to leave work in order to breastfeed their children. This requires you to know two things, one being that men can indeed lactate (somebody in the office did not know this), and the other being that Spanish moms are allowed to take two fifteen-minute breaks from work so that they can lactate in their kids' mouths.
And now dudes can do that too. The court ruled the prior ladies-only mandate as "an unjustified discrimination on grounds of sex," and decided that fathers should also get to miss a half-hour of work for breastfeeding purposes. The court even got all gender normative, claiming that the prior law was "liable to perpetuate a traditional distribution of the roles of men and women by keeping in a role subsidiary to that of women in relation to the exercise of their parental duties." Whoa.