You know that saying, been there, done that? Every year when Breast Cancer Awareness Month rolls around now, that phrase pops into my head. As I reflected on BCAM and how to close it out this year here on the blog, I decided to write a post with that title, okay, an expanded version of that title. What’s my point? It’s this. Sometimes it seems like I’ve written (as have many others) about the same pink shenanigans year after year. It’s exhausting.
And still, what’s changed?
I don’t know the answer.
Maybe more than any of us realize has changed due to the ever increasing number of bloggers’, advocates’ and patients’ voices (and others) out there who have expressed discontent with Pink Ribbon Fantasy Land and all the ridiculous stuff that goes on year after year during Breast Cancer Awareness Month and beyond.
a bit a lot of repetition is still necessary and likely will be for the foreseeable future.
Instead of reinventing the wheel, I decided to share links to some posts of Pinktobers Past in which I have been there, done that, said that. Sift through. Read. Re-read. Share one or two. Or not. And then it’s YOUR turn to share!
Here are a few posts I selected that are not included in my free ebook:
Gotta re-share these three too:
To download a FREE copy of my ebook, “Pink Is Just a Color, Ribbons Are Just Ribbons,” Click Here.
Now it’s YOUR turn to share!
If you’re a blogger, or a reader of blogs, I invite you to share a link to a post YOU’VE written or read about BCAM that resonated with you via a comment below.
And one more thing…
To say thank you and to wrap up October 2017, I am offering my ebooks at half price for the remainder of the month. When ordering, all you need to do is plug in the code below.
Please note: This sale applies only to the pdf format, available only on my site.
Whew, let’s close out another October, shall we?
Happy Halloween, everybody!
Regarding Breast Cancer Awareness Month, do you feel like you’ve been there, done that, said that, read that?
Do you have a link to a blog post or article you’ve written (or read) that you’d like to share?
Any thoughts on Pinktober 2017? As you see it, are things better, worse or about the same?