A New Hampshire state House debate about public breastfeeding is getting ugly, following a legislativeproposal that would make it a misdemeanor to expose nipples while in public.

State Rep. Amanda Bouldin, a Democrat, isn’t happy about the idea and expressed her opposition on Facebook. Bouldin called for the bill’s sponsor, State Rep. Josh Moore, to kill it or at least exempt new mothers who are breastfeeding.

“The very least you could do,” Bouldin wrote, “is protect a mother’s right to FEED her child.”

The bill does exempt breastfeeding mothers, she later acknowledged to CNN, but she didn’t know at the time of the Facebook post.

The post prompted a comment from Rep. Moore — later deleted — in which he wrote, “If it’s a woman’s natural inclination to pull her nipple out in public and you support that, than you should have no problem with a mans inclantion [sic] to stare at it and grab it. After all… It’s ALL relative and natural, right?”