A photo of an amazing chest tattoo has gone somewhat viral after Facebook decided it violated their highly subjective terms of service and removed it from the page of Custom Tattoo Design. As it turns out, Facebook may have chosen a losing PR battle in this case, as the elaborate and lovely tattoo was done on the chest of a woman who got a double mastectomy as part of her battle with breast cancer. Not to mention they knowingly allow hate groups dedicated to the degradation of women, bullying, homophobia, etc. I think it’s awesome, I also had a bilateral mastectomy and wish I would have thought about this instead of reconstructive surgery!
There doesn't seem to be anything indecent about a picture showing a breast cancer survivor's tattoo covering her bare chest. The Daily Dot has reached out to Facebook to confirm if the picture was pulled in the past, and if so, for what reason. The site's Terms of Services read that nudity is not allowed on Facebook, like the group claims, but what defines nudity isn't defined. Facebook has riled up its users in the past for inexplicably censoring a not-so-nude picture. Along with the people who get the disease, the families of those afflicted also suffer from the terrible pain that cancer can inflict. First and most obviously, the woman in question no longer has breasts or nipples, but a tattoo where they used to be, so there are no naked breasts to offend anyone. As of now, it has nearly 150,000 likes and 120,000 shares, and hasn’t been removed in a while. I, for one, cannot wait until Justin Timberlake leads everyone back to The New Myspace like some sort of well-dressed, classically good looking pied piper. Because this is not offensive at all, and yet some moob shots can scar one’s eyeballs for life. Use of the web site constitues acceptance of the Defy Media Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. Numerous users call the picture "beautiful," are calling the women "courageous," and are sharing their personal tales of how breast cancer affected them. That is why the ribbons that are worn to show their awareness of the disease or as a tribute to those who suffered cancer or as a mark of victory over the disease is an especially meaningful tattoo.
However we feel this woman is both brave and strong so were going to post it anyways and ask for your awareness and support ; Please like and share this photo quickly to show your support for this and many other women who have lost so much.
There are a lot of folks out there that would add the text associated with this picture just so it becomes viral, without evidence that the text is true.
Is a woman’s bravery, first in the face of cancer, and later in the face of a many-hours-long tattoo on a tender part of her body, really less important than some arbitrary standard of modesty? Apparently Facebook has no clue how breast cancer can affect a woman’s self esteem besides all the worry and stress that breast cancer causes. Both men and women get these tattoos as their own personal badge for having faced this disease either directly or indirectly.This first tattoo carries an amazing and powerful message in just two small words with big meanings.
This tattoo shows what was overcome by the individual and the strength that it took to overcome the battle that this person was going through.


Whenever we hear or see the world suicide we tend to get a little bit uncomfortable, but this person has decided to wear their scars and history with pride to set and example.These ribbon tattoos that are worn by cancer patients and people who survived the disease as well as the any who are associated with this disease definitely looks good.
They are worn to show love, compassion, honor, encourage and strengthen the fight against this dreaded disease. People want others to be aware of the disease, be on the lookout for this disease, not to lose hope once they discover they are afflicted and are meant to give them courage to battle against it.Most of the ribbon tattoos are connected with cancer and each of the color represents a particular type of cancer. Sometimes getting a cancer ribbon tattoo is just to make the person feel that they too have done something to help.
It is a known fact that along with the people who suffer this disease the overwhelming helplessness that the near and dear ones feel can be crushing. Getting a tattoo can make them feel as if they have done something and keep reminding them that they need to support the person who is battling the disease.2. The ribbon intertwines itself multiple times and almost reminds me of a Celtic cross or trinity symbol. This woman wears the survivor banner with prided and shows us that it is possible to overcome and beat this jerk of a disease called cancer.Some wear this tattoo in memory of those who fought the disease but lost the battle and thereby their lives to this disease. People who have fought the battle and won are the ones who wear it as a badge of honor to remind them to live their lives to the fullest. Some people add sayings and inspirational quotations to these cancer ribbon tattoos to inspire themselves and others.
The reds and whites in this tattoo as well as the hints of blacks really allow this tattoo to pop. This is so because each experience is different and each person who gets this tattoo done is inspired by his or her own very personal story. The elements that are added to such tattoos are many depending on the stories and motivations behind getting the tattoo.4.
The way that the ribbon is draped around the cross with the dates on both sides of the ribbon, its safe to assume that the person who got this tattoo lost someone close to them to the cancer. If you are considering such a tattoo it means that you or someone close to you has been battling the disease that strikes so much terror. But do consider what are the design elements that you have included in your tattoo, as a tattoo is something permanent. The foot is a very painful place to get a tattoo but the end product is obviously well worth the pain.
The details within the bow, the hanging strings, and the added glare really make this tattoo combo and beautiful piece of art.
If you look closely, you can see that the artist and the canvas had the idea of making the ribbon coming from within this woman.
This is a really cool idea to make the classic symbol of the cancer ribbon into something more alive. The ability of the tattoo artist to make this tattoo look more like a finger painting or brush strokes is truly amazing. The way that the ribbon is passing through the skin looks so real that you find yourself amazed and in aw at the same time.


The size of this tattoo makes it even more impressive about the details that are within this small ribbon. It is such a cool symbol that this cancer ribbon can be cut because the cancer has been defeated and the person who got this tattoo have won. I love the additional artwork on the tip of the anchor and the perfectly placed green leaves.
The color purple often times represents royalty and the butterfly represents transformation or renewal.
The birds on the top and bottom are very well done and create a cool sense of personality and movement to this piece. The tattoo artist did a good job at making this tattoo three dimensional and gave it a good shine. This is a tattoo that will last a lifetime and that will allow this person to remember they’re lost love ones in an intimate way. The way that the leaves fanout in the shading on them really make you feel like that Rose is simply laying on her Side. The light pink bow almost looks real and the shading on the bow is perfectly place to really give this tattoo depth. The pink is made to make the bow stand out, and the purple is meant to create shadows in depth with in this tattoo.
The depth of this tattoo is very well done and the measuring tape looks like you could pull it and unravel it at any time. I wonder if this has something to do with the persons trade  or if it was just a clever idea. The front of the foot and top of the ankle are painful places to get a tattoo, but this would be well worth the pain. I love the idea of adding these classic tribal wings behind this perfectly executed ribbon. Not only does the turquoise help the ribbon stand out but the hints of white ink give it a fine shine, And the dark blue adds depth and shadow. The rustic and gold and perfectly placed shading makes this Victorian key stand out above all the rest.
The free-flowing turquoise ribbon that surrounds the key looks like it is moving effortlessly in the wind.
The amount of detail within the key handle is breathtaking and makes you want to look at this tattoo all day long.
Reply Helen Richardson I would like a tattoo of 2 cancer ribbons intertwined in a deer antler.




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