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dimag56in41
09:05 AM on 02/22/2013
Facebook is just ANOTHER way doodle one's life away.

but then again, what do I know, I'm 60 and nobody listen's to us.
Mike Golden
Chaos is balance. Good and Evil must fight.
10:22 AM on 02/22/2013
I'm young (22) and have expirenced alot in my short life. Luckily my grandfather is still in great health (71). These days I ask him every chance I get to for advice on everything I can think about and regret not listening to him when I was younger.
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Pax333
01:09 PM on 02/24/2013
Wise bio too, Mike.
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pvcady001
Lamb or Lion? your choice...
05:59 AM on 02/22/2013
Facebook SUCKS!!!

Never use it, don't use it, won't use it!!
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Soaplady
07:38 AM on 02/22/2013
Deactivated my account yesterday.....
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Doctor Fever
On the air....everywhere!!
08:15 AM on 02/22/2013
Then why comment here?
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dimag56in41
09:07 AM on 02/22/2013
because they can.

Facebook is just another outlet to doodle one's life away. a waste of internet access.
05:18 AM on 02/22/2013
This may SEEM like a victory for womyn or something, but look past the surface.
She no longer qualifies as a person with a body requiring censoring; she's an "other".
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katonyne
10:02 AM on 02/22/2013
No longer qualifies as a person? Wow ~~ personally I thinks she is quite brave to do an upper shest tatoo. "Other"?
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06:06 PM on 02/22/2013
Breast are no big deal though. Only in America are we so obsessed with boobs!
04:21 AM on 02/22/2013
I think America needs to be educated on what nudity is sexual, and what nudity is not. It's like we're so obsessed with framing breasts as sexual objects, and just trying to see as many things as possible in a sexual light, that freaking masectomy photos and breastfeeding are somehow taboo. I didn't grow up in this country, and I remember going to public baths, and seeing elderly women with their breasts exposed in the hottest days of the summer. I'm not saying we should all just do public nudity here, but we need to stop viewing every single breast in terms of "I'd tap that."

With that said, it's a very well designed tattoo and it matches with the arm band.
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HONEST1981
Honesty is the best policy
01:45 AM on 02/22/2013
Facebook .... Go figure....
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01:25 AM on 02/22/2013
Just one more reason decent people don't facebook.

Keep your minor children away from the internet as well, it's 99% "puttanate".
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MJinCanada
Safe from zombies until my 2nd cup of coffee
02:42 AM on 02/22/2013
I take it you've never known anyone with cancer or breast cancer.

This image is NOT about sex. It is shouting defiance to a killer. It is about taking something that many would see as ugly or broken and making it beautiful again.
03:55 AM on 02/22/2013
What do you mean by "decent people"? How rude!
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CocaColaKid
Southern Democrat and Pragmatist
01:17 AM on 02/22/2013
Facebook has some strange moderators or admins, because I have seen them remove the most petty of things, while leaving outrageous pics and comments posted. They even removed a video I MADE of just holiday lights inside and outside of my home, saying it was suspected copyright material. So this doesn't surprise me. I don't know exactly who does the moderation and how they are trained, but I can definitely say they aren't all on the same page.
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Patient Zero
That is not a picture of me.
01:01 AM on 02/22/2013
I really do despise tattoos. But this is one of best reasons we have this skill. IT really can't help but make someone who may have a nasty scar appear pretty. This is a perfectly reasonable thing to do and I would say it's a great idea for this, or floral sprays, or anything a person might want to make themselves feel better after suffering a horrible disease.
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MJinCanada
Safe from zombies until my 2nd cup of coffee
02:46 AM on 02/22/2013
Some women will also get their scalps tattooed for the bald period of chemo. Being beautiful in non-traditional ways is a way of fighting back against the cancer.
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Patient Zero
That is not a picture of me.
03:37 AM on 02/22/2013
i like the scarf look that I've seen so many use.  The hair does grow back, it seems maybe not a good iidea to ink up the scalp, but I've not seen it.
THe only thing doing this, though, is that they are finding out that some of the inks are actually carcinogenic, and that might not the best t hing to right at that point in time.
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Patient Zero
That is not a picture of me.
12:56 AM on 02/22/2013
Why should facebook ban nudity at all? They just need to put a warning sign on pages that have it. If it's not illegal, there's no reason to ban it.
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Heinrich Volker
Wahrheit macht Ehrlichkeit
12:42 AM on 02/22/2013
I know a lot about art but I don't know what I like.
12:42 AM on 02/22/2013
Awesome! I'm sending this to my sister, a breast cancer survivor of a double mastectomy. Facebook's on the wrong side of this one. I'm nearly certain I've seen nude body-painted models on their pages. How is this any different?
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Sol76
12:34 AM on 02/22/2013
Clearly some sexually repressed people work for Facebook.
12:19 AM on 02/22/2013
I do not think there is anything wrong with this picture... Believe me this is a whole lot out there on Facebook that they really need to be MORE concerned about...
12:14 AM on 02/22/2013
I saw a very well done tattoo first and foremost; it was only after looking at the overall shape of the body combined with the long hair, that I realized it was woman. In my mind, the design (and ink) serve the same purpose as clothes...disguising the true shape and appearance of the human form. (Yes, clothes also serve to warm the body.) Ultimately, I can't understand why people are so ashamed and uptight about seeing others in their true form...('cover that body'!!). We can have so-called "freedom of expression" in selling pornography, but that very brave woman's photo should be banned?! THERE IS A DIFFERENCE BETWEEN NUDITY AND SEXUALITY.

Mammary glands can't be seen (when a woman breast feeds a child), a nipple can't be EXPOSED...(put some duct tape over that thing!!). But, magazines which feature women as sex objects can be sold. (I suppose trying prohibit "nudie" magazines would be like trying to prohibit assault weapons and gas-guzzling SUV's.) People are 'told' in so many different ways to be ashamed of their own bodies! No wonder we're such a sick society.
04:34 AM on 02/22/2013
As women, we are encouraged to APPEAR as desirable sex objects: just see how the first thing people comment about on women (no matter what their profession) is their looks, and just look at how children are attempting to do "sexy" poses at younger and younger ages. But paradoxically, we're also encouraged to be to be squeaky "pure" and "safe": you can provocatively pose but no nipple can be exposed in whatever situation, you can wear thongs on magazines but no pubic hair because it's "gross". And if you think about it, female sexuality itself is actually buried. We're encouraged to constantly be on strict diets to make ourselves visually appealing (even though starving decreases hormones), we're encouraged to have bigger breasts (even though breast augmentation can cause numbness) and the vast majority of porn is geared towards men and not women (because apparently "good" women don't watch porn). In this sort of overly sexualized and yet overly Puritanical society, both men AND women grow up thinking that somehow all breasts are sexual (and therefore should be covered).
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katonyne
09:59 AM on 02/22/2013
the ever present double standard
12:09 AM on 02/22/2013
So, I wonder if Facebook would ban pics from that special Sports Illustrated "swimsuit" issue where all the female models (none of whom were athletes) posed in suits that were painted on? Or would a pic of Rebecca Romijn as Mystique from the original X-Men films be pulled since, as Ms Romijn noted, that "costume" was mostly just body paint?