Schools banning breast cancer awareness bracelets

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Schools bans "I Love Boobies" breast cancer awareness bracelets

As Scanner Brian reported back in February, one Santa Clara school board member made a ruckus about the "I Love Boobies" bracelets that students were sporting on their perverted little wrists. And now that a new school year has begun, the problem has proved to be contagious; schools all across the country are banning breast cancer awareness bracelets.

As the above clip alludes, bracelets that implore Americans to think more about testicles have been attacked by nobody, which is weird, since balls are scientifically proven to be way uglier than boobs. But while it may be unfortunate that so many breast cancer awareness campaigns are forced to rely on sexual innuendo (earlier this year, ladies were encouraged to reveal the color of their bras via Facebook), it's still not as unfortunate as, say, restricting preventable cancer dialogue.