National Infertility Awareness Week on April, 2020: New Breast Cancer Awareness Facebook thing?
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I've been wondering where this email is coming from because I would like to email them personally and see where they get their reasoning that this supports breast cancer awareness.
1. Why would you exclude half the population. You say its to confuse men. Well, guess what. Since this is the third time you've done this people don't really care anymore. In fact it just irritates people. Way to go!
2. Last year 5% of the people diagnosed with breast cancer are men. As if men were not already embarrassed enough with having a cancer that strikes mostly women they have to be confronted with the thought that they are only around to be messed with. Way to go!
3. As everyone knows that when people start talking about cravings it usually has to do with pregnancy. Having had fertility issues and with my sister going through problems having a baby it is quite disheartening to see all these posts of "pregnancies". Then its just a "joke". So then you're saying infertility is a joke. Way to go!
4. Last but not least you have scores of people having to explain that they are not pregnant. In all this explaining there is no real talk about awareness. It is just seen as a stupid ploy . And apparently by the email " It's time to confuse the men again " . Way to go!
I need opinions! Would you go?
If I heard about a family in your situation in my area I would definitely go to the benefit. My parents had to do treatments to conceive. My mother was pregnant 6 times and as a result has 2 children. To this day I don't know how she did it, but she is the most amazing woman and mother. God bless you and I hope things work out for the best for you and your husband.