When people think that buying and wearing misogynistic shirts (Save the ta-tas! Save 2nd base!) and wristbands (I love boobies) sexualizing a disease and reducing women to a body part, somehow equates to “supporting women,” “supporting a cause,” and “raising awareness about breast cancer.”
On a less snarky note, if any of you are interested in the ideas behind pinkwashing and how companies and organizations make money off breast cancer (while little of their proceeds actually go to finding a cure), I recommend the documentary “Pink Ribbons, Inc.”

When people think that buying and wearing misogynistic shirts (Save the ta-tas! Save 2nd base!) and wristbands (I love boobies) sexualizing a disease and reducing women to a body part, somehow equates to “supporting women,” “supporting a cause,” and “raising awareness about breast cancer.”

On a less snarky note, if any of you are interested in the ideas behind pinkwashing and how companies and organizations make money off breast cancer (while little of their proceeds actually go to finding a cure), I recommend the documentary “Pink Ribbons, Inc.”