Alyssa Milano and Wendy Williams had a disagreement over public breastfeeding.
The outspoken breastfeeding advocate
had a dispute with the TV host on her show on Thursday, after Williams confessed she did not share her views on feeding in public.
"I don't need to see that," Williams admitted, saying she would take a child to her car before feeding it in public. "I just don't want to."
When Milano suggested that society over-sexualizes breasts, Williams responded, "Breastfeeding is only a particular amount of time. The rest of your life, your breasts are sexual things."
"I don't know why I feel this way," Williams admitted.
Milano drew a big applause from the audience when she closed the discussion, saying, "You're lucky the baby's not here, I'd whip 'em out, and feed him right on your show!"
Watch their discussion below
Milano spoke to ET about breastfeeding on Wednesday, saying, "It's been a joyous time to be able to feed them."
"It is just an amazing process that my body is giving her nourishment," she added. "Women -- we are the most perfect machine ever made."
One area about breastfeeding the mom doesn't agree with however, is that it helps you lose weight!
Click on the video below to see what she has to say about that.