As you should already know, October is Breast Cancer Awareness month.
And here at NoRubbers, we take that very seriously. Not only is a breast a terrible thing to waste, but cancer really #@$%in’ blows. Not only can it kill you but it can also turn a mild-mannered chemistry teacher into the world’s baddest meth cook. So, #@$% that shit.
It can be especially worse when it afflicts women and their breasts. And there’s nothing that us #@$%ers love more than women and their breasts.
So, whether you call them breasts, tits, titties, boobs, boobies, funbags, jugs, melons, chest-puppies, rack, twins, tatas, chesticles, or what have you, join us in giving breast cancer a fat ole middle finger and come celebrate these awesome survivors.
More survivors after the jump.
But perhaps more important is this brave woman.
Marilyn Lloyd was member of the House of Representatives from 1975-1995. When she entered office, she would become the first woman to have been elected to Congress from the state of Tennessee. But her greatest accomplishment came in 1992. One year after being diagnosed with breast cancer, Marilyn Lloyd was denied breast implant surgery because the FDA had removed silicone implants from the market. Congresswoman and breast cancer survivor Marilyn Lloyd spearheaded the Mammography Quality Standards Act and the women’s right to choose — whether or not to get fake tits after they’d been lopped off following a mastectomy. Her fight was a good fight. Thank you Marilyn Lloyd.