We are a c 3 not-for-profit organization that believes healing, strength, and empowerment are found in shared experience and that art heals. When I was diagnosed with breast cancer I turned to the breast cancer community - survivors, caregivers, and industry angels - for advice, hope, and inspiration. Now, in engaging, empowering, and deeply personal videos the breast cancer community is sharing its experiences with YOU. Their real stories offer insight, strength, and hope for anyone looking to navigate their diagnosis, treatment, and recovery. Please take a few minutes to watch my story and learn what inspired me to found Bare Breasted Against Breast Cancer.
The support for 'Bare Reality' on Kickstarter has been amazing! There is a clearly an appetite for un-airbushed, honest photography and our powerful, personal stories. If you would like a copy of the 'Bare Reality' book please pre-order through Kickstarter because it is probably the only time it will ever be published. Since I am self-publishing I can only afford to print the copies which are ordered. I would love to aim for 1, backers. The additional funds will pay for printing the extra copies of the book, and I will also be able to opt for higher quality paper and cover, to make the book even more beautiful.
The FreeTheNipple has once against reared its head, as women in Iceland take to Twitter to fight double standards. Campaigners have also complained that social media websites have banned images of female nipples, even if the women in the images are not being obviously sexualised, for example during breast feeding. After a male friend who disagreed posted a photo of himself bare chested and said he would receive a negative reaction if he was topless at school, she posted an image of her nipples.
I think we can be proud of ourselves being able to deliver a great performance with that happening. She and swinging short program partner Guillaume Cizeron scored Gabriella Papadakis experiences a costume malfunction with her dress for the second time this week, according to KurtBrowning.