Monday, October 3, 2016

#WEARITPINK - When Men Care !

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and showing your support is one of the most wonderful things you can do. Whether you've lost someone to breast cancer, know a breast cancer survivor, or simply want to help, there are many ways that you can get involved with the fight against this horrible disease, which continues to claim thousands of lives each year .

Women are amazing. You know this. I know this. Everyone (should) know this. Simply because we have a pair breast that’s our assets. Knowledge is power, my friends, and in the case of breast cancer, it is life-saving power.

#WearItPink - Breast Awareness campaign bringing Cars Industry and People to boost the awareness of the campaign.



So what did William from Mypinkgarage and Junior from My Chemical Guys did? While donating to research is an obvious choice, it is not the only way to go about showing your support during the month of October. From participating in marathons to wearing pink ribbons to simply spreading the word, there are tons of ways for men to get involved this Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Now start thinking pink, gentlemen, and let's go kick some cancer ass.

Time Out
Time is money, so they have donated their time to raise the awareness campaigns to shout out about screening, fundraising events and etc etc. William and Junior was online Facebook LIVE to shout out about this awareness and got themselves into the Water Challenge along with the publics.



Talk About It
It might seem like it's nothing, but spreading the word on self-screenings and Breast Cancer Awareness Month is a huge way to get involved. Whether it's sending out a message or sharing links on your social media accounts, the more they both talk about it, the better. Also, if you know any breast cancer survivors, talk to them! Ask them to share their stories and voice their thoughts. Let's keep the conversation going!



Break the Stigma, Men Are Also Susceptible to Breast Cancer


Though its rates are significantly lower than women's, men are susceptible to breast cancer as well. That being said, this is everyone's fight. They are trying to spread the news and encourage the men y to check themselves for any signs or symptoms of the disease. While less than one percent of breast cancer cases are attributed to men, they still happen, and they still need to be treated. Help break the stigma, and turn breast cancer awareness into a co-ed discussion.

If they are able to do it, be part of the cure. Stay PINK!

#WearItPink 's schedule as below: 

PITSTOP TWO - 8th & 9th OCTOBER 
- Fahrenheit88 Mall KL 10am - 8pm
PITSTOP THREE - 15th & 16th OCTOBER 
- Mean Machine 2016, Autocity Juru, penang 11am - 9pm
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