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British-American TV personality “goes pink” for breast cancer awareness month

Posted by Tom Megginson | 7-10-2011 15:59 | Category: Fundraising, Health, Pinkverts, Women's Issues

And by “pink” I mean nude (even though it’s in black and white):

Layla Kayleigh goes pink for breast cancer awareness month

This is yet another one of advertising cichés we expect to see during Breast Cancer Awareness Month, the “naked celebrity for the cure”. In this case, it’s somebody named Layla Kayleigh (who I had to look up on Wikipedia) and the cause is The Breast Cancer Charities of America.

As always, a worthy cause. But doesn’t anyone have some new (and perhaps less sexualized) ideas?

The Breast Cancer Charities of America
Slickforce Studio
Layla Kayleigh (blog)

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