See Moment A ‘No Bra Day’ Tweet Went Wrong (Photo)
A Twitter user had a savage moment as she joined the #NoBraDay campaign which is aimed at creating awareness about breast cancer, educating women about the importance of breast examination and preventive measures.
@wedontpiss who joined the campaign with photos that aren’t hers was put in check by the real owner of the photos she shared.
See the reply she got:
According to reports, the #NoBraDay campaign was introduced in 2011 by a Toronto-based plastic surgeon, Mitchell Brown.
Breast cancer is a serious threat to women (although a few men have also been diagnosed), hence the need to create an awareness in a bid to combat it.
This breast cancer awareness is geared towards providing easier accessible breast cancer screenings, raise funds which will be used for further research to ascertain the causes, symptoms, prevention and cure of the deadly disease.
It is also an avenue through which breast cancer survivors and sufferers are encouraged across the globe.
Meanwhile, October is the International Cancer Awareness Month (ICAM) and coincidentally, October 13 has been mapped out as the “No Bra Day”.