As I’m sure many of you know, Breast Cancer Awareness Month is currently in full swing. It’s that time of the year when we are encouraged to don our finest pink garments, slap pink ribbons on our bags, and donate money to organizations such as Susan G. Komen and Relay for Life. I’m about to […]Read More Save Lives, Not Boobies
Breast cancer is scary. The number one predictor for having breast cancer known thus far is just being a woman. Though this may sound obvious to some, the fact that we do not know enough about this disease to be able to find any other conclusive causing factors is strange, given the amount of time […]Read More What’s So Scary About Breast Cancer?
Let me preface by saying that I am a feminist who almost always wears a bra – on days like today when I don’t, it’s only because I’ve done nothing but lay in bed and watch Netflix. (Jeff Who Lives At Home = best Jason Segal Movie ever!) The farthest I’ve gone today is into the kitchen […]Read More Imposed Cultures: Women NEED Bras
The past few months I have found myself becoming more and more interested in the issue of women’s healthcare because of a personal connection. My mom being a 6 year breast cancer survivor, sees it as only right to get the genetic testing done for her three daughters; but there is the haunting idea that […]Read More THEY forgot who they are talking to.
So it’s Breast Cancer Awareness Month, as I’m sure everyone has no doubt noticed by now. In case you hadn’t though, the insane amount of pink products would probably have helped to tip you off. Seriously, so.many. pink. products. Which is of course the perfect transition for me to talk about an issue that I tend […]Read More Save my boobs? Save my life.