In fact, the only people likely to be adversely affected by breasts are their owners.
As you are probably aware from the myriad pink ribbon logos everywhere, October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month in the United States. According to the Susan G. Komen for the Cure website, except for skin cancer, breast cancer is the most common cancer in women in the US, with over 200,000 new cases diagnosed each year and nearly 40,000 deaths.
Just as we all have reason to celebrate breasts, we all have a reason to be concerned about breast cancer. This month, honor the breasts in your life by encouraging the women to whom they are attached to talk to their doctors and get the facts about the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment.
Together we can Save the TaTas.
Today's lesson: Give 'em a grope, ladies. It's for your health!
Next: October 12 is Freethought Day... Maybe a piece on that, if I can get my thoughts organized... Also, October is National Pork Month... and LGBT History Month... and German American Heritage Month... and Fair Trade Month and Dwarfism Awareness Month... Too many choices... Maybe I'll just open a bottle of wine and watch “The Hunt for Red October” for the 11 millionth time. (The entire cast of that movie = my first crush)
*Unless, well, they didn't... Did I mention it's LGBT History Month, too?