What's the matter with those sexy breast cancer campaigns?

In a post I wrote for Psychology Today (Nov. 21, 2012) I asked, “Do Sexy Breast Cancer Campaigns Demean Women?” The answer was yes. I identified six sexually objectifying techniques commonly used in breast cancer awareness campaigns to get attention, raise money, and lure people to the Cause.

Use women’s bodies as literal objects (canvases, . . . → Read More: What’s the matter with those sexy breast cancer campaigns?

Why Is There a Black-White Gap in Breast Cancer Mortality?

“Why Is There a Black-White Gap in Breast Cancer Mortality?” By Anita Little, Ms. Magazine Blog

Race, class and gender snake their way into practically everything, and all of these identities come to a critical head with black women and breast cancer. In the past 25 years, the gap between the percentage of African American . . . → Read More: Why Is There a Black-White Gap in Breast Cancer Mortality?