PROSA, obviously you've got access to the New York Times online site. How about sparing us all the aggravation of having to sign up and just copying the story here?
Sorry 'bout that ... I had thought that anyone could see a Times story via a link whether or not they were registered. Anyway, here's the main part of it:
The nudity in the painting is hardly an unfamiliar sight: the slope of a woman's breast partly covered by a baby's mouth.
But that was too much for some passengers here at Stewart International Airport in Orange County, where the painting was on display in a community art exhibition in the concourse. After just two days last week, the painting drew 15 complaints and, at the airport's request, was removed from the exhibition.
Only that was not the end of it. By banishing the painting, the airport offended the artist, Shawn Dell Joyce of Montgomery, N.Y., and many other women who see the painting — and the act of breast-feeding —as something that should be a source of pride.
Today, Ms. Joyce and 40 stroller-wheeling moms protested outside the airport terminal, waving photographs of breasts and babies at passengers and onlookers for nearly two hours. Though snowflakes fell at a steady clip, several women unzipped their jackets and made a point of nursing their infants in public.
"Let me think about it" = the coward's way of saying "no"