Over 200,000 women in the U.S. have mastectomies each year. Approximately half choose Aesthetic Flat Closure and remain flat
instead of reconstructing a breast shape -- most often to avoid additional surgeries and risks.
Others remove implants for reasons of health and /or comfort.
Contrary to outdated notions of conformity, women are living happy, healthy lives without breasts.
Less Than Two Breasts provides a gallery of images and essays by women who are redefining beauty, femininity and body positivity.
We encourage advertisers, news and entertainment media to include women whose bodies don't align
with what a female body is "supposed to look like" in creative, editorial and marketing projects.
We expect medical professionals to present going flat as a healthy, valid choice after mastectomy.
Less Than Two Breasts and Not Putting On A Shirt provide My Choice AFC brochures for patient education.
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1 in 8 women develop breast cancer each year
Approximately 50% of mastectomy patients
do not replace their breast(s)
That's a lot of ladies with less than two breasts!
Stand Tall AFC is a campaign to de-stigmatize the loss of breasts to cancer by normalizing aesthetic flat closure and body positivity at public events.
For more information email: email@example.com
and join the FLAT visibility movement!