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Blue In A Pink World

Some of us are old enough to remember when the Women’s Liberation Movement took place back in the 1970’s. It was an amazing time in our history and every comment, commercial and article seemed to be about women’s #inequality. Yes, the right for women to vote, smoke and work came so many years earlier, but the true revolution happened in the 70’s and no one who lived through it could get away from it or forget about it. But now, in 2014, about 2,600 men in the United States are living with and experiencing a totally different type of “equality”! Another 400+ will unfortunately join them in this same fight. The fight of being A Man living with a Women’s Disease... BREAST CANCER! The month of

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