Although the social networking site regularly hosts pages from escort agencies and topless models, Sharon Adams was told she could not put up her post-op pics up because they were "sexual and abusive". Despite the year-old mother of three pointing out that she had only put them on her page to raise awareness, Facebook refused to reverse its decision. Now the site has admitted it has made a mistake and will allow them to go back up on Mrs Adams' page.
Breastfeeding women yesterday launched a protest campaign against Facebook, using a Facebook PageFacebook Groupand Facebook Note to organize against the social networking giant. They are hosting "nurse-ins" around the world, the goal of which is to have as many women as possible breastfeed outside their nearest Facebook office. The first protests were yesterday, and albums from at least six cities around the world were uploaded to Facebook, but more nurse-ins took place today, and more are scheduled for later this week.
Mammography has helped reduce breast cancer mortality in the U. A mammogram is a non-invasive X-ray used to check breasts for breast cancer and other abnormalities. It is the only test shown to reduce breast cancer deaths.
Is Instagram a tech daddy? I think it might be. My tech daddy removes content without telling people. And my tech daddy, like all other daddies, has no idea what to do with breasts.
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There's nothing more important than being aware of our own bodies. We might feel invincible, but sadly we're not - and for that reason it's vital to check our bodies regularly for any indicators of abnormalities. One of the most common checks women tend to do is on their boobs for lumps.
Apologies if this has been posted here before. I remember finding this website a couple of years ago and it made me very happy and even lessened some insecurities I had at the time about my breasts. Disclaimer: This post was written by a Feministing Community user and does not necessarily reflect the views of any Feministing columnist, editor, or executive director.
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In a set of 40 photos so far, the year-old mother of two has dressed as Where's Wally, a rabbit, a pirate, a chef and a Minion for pictures on social media. Mrs Muir-Mitchell uploads each one with a different imaginative slogan urging her followers to monitor any lumps or changes in their breasts. She now plans to do upload a new image each week until September, when it will have been one year since she was first diagnosed with breast cancer. Mrs Muir-Mitchell, of Brighton, East Sussex, had a lumpectomy and underwent five months of chemotherapy, followed by radiotherapy.