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The whole of October is entirely dedicated to boobs. Londoners will be looking at them, feeling them, and dancing around dressed as them, all in aid of a great cause – Breast Cancer Awareness Month.

Perhaps most eye-catching will be the flash mob of dancers preparing to descend on St Christopher’s Place, just off Oxford Street, clad in boobie costumes – complete with giant nipples – on October 18.

CoppaFeel! is the brilliant charity behind the event, and it’s urging you to join them for a boobie boogie, with an instructional video online helping you learn the moves.

CoppaFeel! also has a lovely bunch of ambassadors on board (who similarly love boobies and want to spread breast cancer awareness).

Dannii Minogue, Fearne Cotton and Dermot O’Leary have been involved with previous events and could well be hiding under a boob costume on the day.

The charity’s message is for 18-30-year-olds in the UK, and reminds us that checking our boobs is fun and could save lives.

“I discovered a lump while moisturising and thought it was strange,” says Londoner Toral Shah, who was 29 when she got breast cancer. “My GP didn’t take me seriously because I was so young,” she adds. “It took another six weeks for me to be diagnosed.”

Shah is one young woman who’ll be getting into the spirit of Breast Cancer Awareness Month. She’ll be supporting the cause by joining the millions around the country who are dressing up and donating £2 to the Wear It Pink Day.

Shah says that while breast cancer is often thought to affect older women, our generation should be cautious and do regular checks.

Dee Momi discovered she had breast cancer at age 30 when she was travelling around the world and working on a boat.
“I put the news on Facebook straight away,” explains Momi, who was shocked and angry at the news.

“My friends commented, ‘but you’re so fit and healthy’.”

In Momi’s case there was a genetic link to the disease. Her mother had suffered from the condition and died aged 37.

In a bid to warn others of the risks, Momi is taking part in the Breast Cancer Care Show at Grosvenor House this month.

The spectacular event will feature 24 survivors modelling on the catwalk, plus performances by Britain’s Got Talent finalists Flawless and singer Jonathan Ansell.

If the above events aren’t titillating enough for you, try the London Playboy Club in Mayfair. The venue is going pink for the month and raising money for breast cancer charity The Haven.

Bunnies will be changing their ears from white to pink for the cause and are serving up special ‘pink lady’ cocktails. That’s one way to enjoy a few jugs, eh?

 


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Dance like a tit in London this October in support of Breast Cancer Awareness Month
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