#NoBraDay: Ghanaian Ladies Invade Social Media With Their Bo0bs


Bra Day was established to both raise awareness of breast cancer and its prevalence in today’s society, as well as to drive opportunities for fund-raising to help keep the research moving.

Ghanaian ladies including some celebrities on this day in support of this great initiative have invaded social media with bra-less photos of themselves.

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What is No Bra Day?

The movement started in 2011 and largely takes place on social media, where women use the hashtag #nobraday to campaign.

The aim is to raise awareness and encourage women to carry out self-examinations, screenings, and make sure they know the signs of breast cancer.

Men, and women who don’t want to go braless, are also encouraged to take part – by wearing something purple for the day.

While ladies are encouraged to get a mammogram screening on October 13 – which can help detect breast cancer up to two years before it can be felt by the patient or a doctor.

You can also show your support by donating to the Breast Cancer Care charity – or attending one of their many October events.


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Written by Eugene Nyavor

Eugene Nyavor is the Founding Editor at Gh Links.

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