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Habbal and her mind-blowingly beautiful breast tattoo are gaining attention at a time of increasing debate over what constitutes nudity when it comes to the hypersexualized female body. READ MORE »


News

The TaTa Top is hitting two birds with one stone — if, by stone, you mean the coolest bikini tops ever. READ MORE »


Love & Sex

Death and taxes are a fact of life. Unfortunately for more than 70,000 women (and men) in the U.S. between the ages of 20-39, they will add cancer to that list too, more specifically breast cancer. This is one woman’s story. READ MORE »


Love & Sex

Death and taxes are a fact of life. Unfortunately for more than 70,000 women (and men) in the U.S. between the ages of 20-39, they will add cancer to that list too, more specifically breast cancer. It’s a growing epidemic striking more women per year and at younger ages. In fact, every day, threeREAD MORE »


Love & Sex

Death and taxes are a fact of life. Unfortunately for more than 70,000 women (and men) in the U.S. between the ages of 20-39, they will add cancer to that list too, more specifically breast cancer. It’s a growing epidemic striking more women per year and at younger ages. In fact, every day, threeREAD MORE »


Celebs

No, Gwyneth, bras aren’t going to give you breast cancer. READ MORE »


News

Exactly what is this supposed to accomplish? READ MORE »


Love & Sex

Death and taxes are a fact of life. Unfortunately for more than 70,000 women (and men) in the U.S. between the ages of 20-39, they will add cancer to that list too, more specifically breast cancer. It’s a growing epidemic striking more women per year and at younger ages. In fact, every day, three womenREAD MORE »


Celebs

Jackie Collins, the best-selling author and sister of actress Joan Collins, died on Saturday night in Los Angeles after a 6-year battle with breast cancer.

The English novelist spent most of her life in the US became a citizen in 1960.

Collins wrote 32 books throughout her career – all of… READ MORE »


Love & Sex

Death and taxes are a fact of life. Unfortunately for more than 70,000 women (and men) in the U.S. between the ages of 20-39, they will add cancer to that list too, more specifically breast cancer. It’s a growing epidemic striking more women per year and at younger ages. In fact, every day, three womenREAD MORE »


Love & Sex

I was born a tenacious optimist and will always loop back around to the hopeful side of things when given enough time, candy and purses. To prove my point, here are my top ten perks of premature death. READ MORE »


Love & Sex

Death and taxes are a fact of life. Unfortunately, more than 70,000 young women and men in the U.S. between the ages of 20-39 will add cancer to that list too. Breast cancer specifically is a growing epidemic striking more women per year and at younger ages than ever before. In fact, every day, threeREAD MORE »


Love & Sex

Death and taxes are a fact of life. Unfortunately, more than 70,000 young women and men in the U.S. between the ages of 20-39 will add cancer to that list too. Breast cancer specifically is a growing epidemic striking more women per year and at younger ages than ever before. In fact, every day, threeREAD MORE »


News

Also, researchers grew a boob in a lab! READ MORE »


Love & Sex

Seriously, fuck cancer. READ MORE »


Celebs

I know my children will never have to say, ‘Mom died of ovarian cancer,'” she writes. READ MORE »


News

Hey, lady scientists! L’Oréal wants to fund your research! [The Mary Sue]
Why are so many male feminists being accused of rape? [Jezebel]
Here’s a dang good argument for adopting “they” as a singular pronoun. [Feministing] … READ MORE »


Style

Happy Breast Cancer Awareness month! Would you care for a pink ribbon cookie? Or is that … wait … are those dicks? Or are they vaginas?

Imagine one woman’s surprise when she was perusing the baked goods in her University’s cafeteria and she stumbled upon these bad boys. Thankfully, she uploaded a photoREAD MORE »


News

To be clear, raising money to increase awareness and find a cure for breast cancer is a great, important thing. But Susan G. Komen For The Cure, which lost all of my support when they pulled funding from Planned Parenthood, even though the women’s health organization provides vital breast cancer screenings to low-income women, continues… READ MORE »


News

Last year, a woman was diagnosed with breast cancer every three minutes, according to Susan G. Komen. This year? Every two minutes, a woman is diagnosed with breast cancer. Want to know what’s even scarier? Although African-American women tend to be diagnosed with breast cancer less often than Caucasian women, we’re more likely to die… READ MORE »


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