I’m certain you are well aware that October is breast cancer awareness month. In the sporting world pink is all the rage. And I think that we could agree that at some level, professional and college athletes.
But one Arizona school had to draw the line. When the cheerleaders of Gilbert High School bought t-shirt which featured the slogan, “Feel for lumps, save your bumps” the school’s administration had to act. Catchy slogan… but not appropriate for high school students. [Read the story at USA Today]
What is the line between legitimately raising awareness (and funds) and teenagers who just wanting to talk about breasts?