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After anthropologist Susan McKinley came back home from an expedition in South America, she noticed a very strange rash on her left breast. Nobody knew what it was and she quickly dismissed it believing that the sores would leave in time. Upon her return she decided to see a doctor after she started developing intense pains.
Each shows a human baby having lunch. Or a lactivist. Brace yourself.
Fresh on the heels of Facebook's 1 billion dollar purchase of the two-year-old photo-sharing service Instagram, it seems there's a new reason to pay attention to the app -- one that is definitely not safe for work. On the National Breast Cancer Awareness Month's websitethe organization notes that while October is the official month to recognize the cause, they hope people will remain tuned into the issue throughout the year -- especially by keeping up with regular testing. While testing is paramount when it comes to early detection of the disease, studies show diet might also play an important role.
They create an unflattering comparison but also an unobtainable ideal. I wanted to rehumanise women through honest photography. Dodsworth interviewed each woman at length, starting by asking them how they felt about their breasts.
Mum Monica Davila was left furious after going through her photos and seeing the smiling woman in the picture, taken at a park in Texas. Mum Monica Davila was left furious after discovering the smiling woman's crude photobomb while going through snaps from her trip. The snap shows the Ms Davila's family, including young children as young as five, posing in front of a sign at a state park in Texas as the cheeky prankster lifts up her shirt and shows off her left breast.
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Husband and wife Kym and Tonya Illman, from Perth, Australia, have taken on the task of photographing more than women to celebrate boobs in all their wonder. Content warning: Shockingly enough, this article does include photos of naked breasts and nipples. The project, called Celebration of the Breast, features women from 18 to 88 years from all around the world, showing their breasts without any airbrushing. The current work stands at 4ft by 6ft, but Kym and Tanya have no plans to stop now.
A mum has shared photos from her birth in a bid to give hope to other pregnant women battling breast cancer. After finding a lump on her left breast, Maria Crider, from Florida, was hit with the news that she — already a mother to two boys — had been diagnosed with breast cancer. Able to receive treatment during her second and third trimesters, the year-old underwent a unilateral mastectomy, several rounds of chemotherapy and radiation before finally giving birth to her son Logan through a planned caesarean in April.
In lateyear-old Rowena Kincaid was diagnosed with secondary stage IV breast cancer and was told she had three to six months to live without treatment. On her Facebook page, Kincaid shares information about the film, updates on her health and life-prolonging treatments, and important PSAs about breast cancer. Recently, Kincaid shared a photo of one of her breasts on Facebook to raise awareness about what breast cancer can look like. In the accompanying caption she points out the rash and inverted nipple that were symptoms of her cancer.