The controversy continues… Now American Pie's Jason Biggs and wife parody TIME magazine's breastfeeding cover
08:47 GMT, 17 May 2012
It's the magazine cover that sparked a worldwide debate, with politicians, historians and celebrities all taking time to voice their opinions.
And the latest famous face to make his own unique comment on TIME magazine's image of a woman breastfeeding her three-year-old son is American Pie star Jason Biggs.
The actor and his wife Jenny Mollen posed up for a picture to parody the shot, with Biggs sharing the image on his Twitter page.
'Are you wife enough' Jason Biggs and wife Jenny Mollen parodied TIME Magazine's controversial breastfeeding cover in this Twitter picture
In the picture, Biggs is kneeling on a chair and putting his wife's breast in his mouth, while Mollen stands with her hands on her hips in a similar pose to TIME's cover model Jamie Lynne Grumet.
The original: This image of Jamie Lynne Grumet breastfeeding her son caused controversy
Biggs shared the picture with the caption: 'Are you wife enough'
Biggs isn't the only famous face to use Twitter as a means to comment on the magazine cover.
Actress Alyssa Milano, who has been very vocal about her beliefs surrounding breastfeeding, wrote on her Twitter page: '@Time, no! You missed the mark! You're supposed to be making it easier for breastfeeding moms.
'Your cover is exploitive & extreme.'
And model Joanne Krupa added: 'Time magazine cover is pretty disturbing!
'Breast feeding a 3yr old is wrong! What's wrong w ppl!'
However, former Blossom actress and The Big Bang Theory star Mayim Bialik said that while she disagreed with the photo itself, Grumet's story was inspiring.
She said: 'I was shocked how amazing her story was. And she gave an educated and eloquent set of responses.
'I would not have done a photo shoot myself but I respect her and think she is a smart woman.'
Despite the outrage surrounding the cover, Grumet has insisted she doesn't think there is anything wrong with breastfeeding her son, who is soon to turn four.
She told TIME magazine: 'They are people who tell me they’re going to call social services on me or that it’s child molestation. I really don’t think I can reason with those people.
'But as far as someone who says they’re uncomfortable with this, I don’t think it’s wrong to admit this. But people have to realize this is biologically normal.
'It’s not socially normal. The more people see it, the more it’ll become normal in our culture. That’s what I’m hoping. I want people to see it.'