Less Than Two Breasts is an advocacy campaign to normalize bodies after breast cancer and to rethink cultural concepts of femininity.
Flatties and Unis - that's what we affectionately call ourselves. We are women living happy, healthy lives without breasts.
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 encourage medical professionals to present going flat to women facing mastectomy as one of their valid healthy options
and to be up-to-date on aesthetic flat closure techniques as defined by the National Cancer Institute.
We encourage patients to review full-body images of one-breasted and breastless women
since photographs of headless torsos reduce women to a body part.
We provide an Instagram gallery @LessThanTwoBreasts of images and essays
by women who are redefining beauty, femininity and body positivity.
We welcome your inquiries so shoot us an email!
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!
Stay tuned for details of our 2020 launch party in Los Angeles
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