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breast cancer  // Posts tagged as "breast cancer"

25 Oct Posted by in Guest Writers | Comments Off

My Left Breast – I think I’ll Keep It

My Left Breast – I think I’ll Keep It

October is breast cancer awareness month. I do not need a month to make me aware of breast cancer. I do not need a Susan Komen walk or an Avon walk to remind me of breast cancer. I do not need a pink ribbon either. I need only look at my left breast- the scar […]

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Exclusive Interview with Meredith Baxter

Exclusive Interview with Meredith Baxter

Meredith Baxter is best known for her role as Alyse Keaton, where she played a strong female lead in a popular sitcom at a time where there weren’t many.  Of course I originally fell in love with her on Bridget Loves Bernie, and always noticed her in The Partridge family or Love Boat episodes, and ah […]

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14 Jun Posted by in Vicki Randle | 2 comments

Happy Birthday Lynnly

Happy Birthday Lynnly

It would have been my friend Lynnly’s 57th birthday yesterday, June 13th, had she survived her long battle with breast cancer. She was the funniest, silliest, corniest, as well as the most intractable, capricious, argumentative and infuriating person I have ever known. Even when she got serious about things, she was rarely introspective, instead spending […]

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11 Dec Posted by in Genderqueer | Comments Off

The Breast—Friend of Foe?

The Breast—Friend of Foe?

Being genderqueer it pretty much goes without saying that my breasts are a huge problem for my psyche.  I can appreciate the feminine qualities I possess, and I do like breasts, mine included; well the idea of them anyway. I know I wouldn’t want to be without them completely, I just don’t appreciate their size […]

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25 Jun Posted by in Robin Lowey | Comments Off

Remembering Lynnly

Remembering Lynnly

Ever had a friend who was with you through thick and thin, taught you important things, exasperated you, but led you through each stage of life feeling like you were running to catch up? Well I had that with Lynnly Labovitz. The other day was her birthday and I woke up thinking I should try […]

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