“Pink: Breast Cancer Awareness.”

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The word pink is associated with romance, sweetness, and happiness, But the evolution of the word pink and its bright color has become associated with, breast cancer awareness.

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During the month of October women around the world gather in cities, towns, and villages to march in support of women’s rights and breast cancer awareness.

The women’s protest march held this year drew millions of women, demonstrators, in the in larger metropolitan cities around the world. However, outside the city of Atlanta GA, a vast majority of women marched peacefully, yet topless in support of breast cancer awareness.

When a CNN reporter, stopped to asked several older men in their late 80’s what they thought.

The first in the group of three men stated we all support breast cancer awareness “Heck if they walked topless every day, men would get used to seeing them within 4-5 days, then all of the gawking is done.

The 2nd older gentleman began taking his shirt off in support of the women marchers.

The 3rd gentleman said he was married and his wife and older daughter are breast cancer survivors. The reporter asked, how long had he been married. He smiled a little and said, “55-years putting on his dark sunglasses”

The reporter turned to the camera and stated, now he’s a husband and father figure filled with wisdom and knowledge.

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4 thoughts on ““Pink: Breast Cancer Awareness.”

  1. cute but deadly””””””’

    On Fri, May 12, 2017 at 6:05 AM, Nomadic Adventurer wrote:

    > Travel blogger / Nomadic Adventurer posted: ” The word pink is associated > with romance, sweetness, and happiness, But the evolution of the word pink > and its bright color has become associated with, breast cancer awareness. > During the month of October women around the world gather in cities, town” >

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