Most people only think about women being affected by breast cancer, but the truth is that men can also develop the disease. On their Facts for Life sheet, Komen lists that one out of every one hundred cases of breast cancer will occur in men. Not only that, but this is not just a disease that lives in a vacuum of those who are affected by it. Mothers, sisters, friends, they all have people who love them. You are affected by it just by knowing someone who has it regardless if you are a man or a woman.
I love men who wear the color pink. I think it is hot and sexy! Pink is not just for girls. That statement is two-fold, because it celebrates a color that people believe isn’t unisex or versatile, and also underlines the basic fact that breast cancer doesn’t care if you are a man or a woman either. I will donate $1 for every t-shirt I sell to the Susan G. Komen Foundation.