Well, this is some bullshit.

Every woman has the right to deal with the horrible frustration of pumping at work.
(stock photo of some lady who was probably fired)

Angela Ames is a former loss-mitigation specialist at Nationwide Insurance. Shortly after returning from maternity leave, Ames was fired after requesting break time and a private space in the office to pump during the day. She sued for discrimination and lost.

Now, the Supreme Court has rejected her petition to overturn the trial court's ruling, which included the finding "that breastfeeding-related firings aren't sexist because men can lactate, too," says RawStory.

Yep, that old defense.

Sources: Slate | ACLU | Raw Story