No bra day is celebrated on 13th of October, every year to raise awareness for Breast Cancer.
The trend which is already viral seems to catch an eye of lots of people. No Bra Day was initially observed on July 9, 2011, but within three years it had moved to October 13, the month of National Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
Here’s how people are using the #NoBraDay hashtag to encourage the awareness about this taboo topic…
— Brownee (@a_crea_ture) October 13, 2019
Three years ago I had a lump in my breast, it hurt like a fucker!! I had a minor surgery on the 19th of September 2016, and I’ve been going for regular checkups since then.
We move!#NoBraDay pic.twitter.com/yod1tqijc7
— Catch U Next Tuesday (@Sohmto_Duru) October 13, 2019
— GRACIOUS (@officialbibi__) October 13, 2019
I know my Breast is Small
But it is fresh, soft and Juicy
If you insult me,
I will Block you
— Her Royal Thickness💕💕 (@rachael_ayodeji) October 13, 2019
#NoBraDay is a day for breast Cancer awareness and not the day to showcase your breast for clout. I pray you don’t experience breast cancer in your life.
— Tosin🇳🇬🙎🏾♂️ (@Ohloowatoscene) October 13, 2019
— Happy. 💛💛 (@Tomi_evy) October 13, 2019
#NoBraDay is for cancer awareness. Not a day to share your nude pictures !
— Priscilla 🌙 (@adorbs_ama) October 13, 2019
My mum is a breast cancer survivor. She can’t really do #NoBraDay because if she doesn’t wear a bra she has nowhere to put her prosthesis and everyone would stare at her for only having one tit. So you can shove your tweets sexualising cancer right up your arse.
— Red Sky At Night (@redskyatnight) October 13, 2019
— @Adiagha owo (@MargaretAtanan2) October 13, 2019
— Mira (@miirathevirgin) October 13, 2019
7.6 million people die every year due to Cancer, yet there is no to very little awareness regarding this issue.
In India alone, “The median age at diagnosis of cancer was 54.0 years in males and 52.4 years in females. The highest number of cancer cases recorded from Indian states were from Haryana at 39.6 % followed by Delhi at 27.3 % and Uttar Pradesh at 12.7%, are the key findings across India as per the FMRI Cancer Registry.”
Let’s take a moment to share this ?