Save the Ta-Tas, Save the woman, Screw the Ta-Tas, Save the Boobies, Breast Cancer Awareness, Breast Cancer Walk Shirt, Save Second Base


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1 in 8 women will develop invasive breast cancer in her lifetime. Don't just wear a breast cancer awareness shirt, educate the masses with this cute graphic tee. It's not about the breasts; it's about the woman.

“Save the tatas” isn’t about saving the woman, it’s about saving a part of the woman. By saying “save the tatas”, whether you realize it or not, you aren’t saying “You are valued as a person and I don’t want this disease to take your life." You’re saying “I don’t want this disease to destroy this one part of your body because that body part is what makes me attracted to you and that’s what defines your worth." -- Grace Hartley

-Material: 60% cotton, 40% Polyester
-Care: Machine Wash Cold

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Ten percent of every purchase benefits two organizations that played a critical role in my personal breast cancer journey: LIVE STRONG Fertility and UF Health Proton Therapy Institute.

The Lovely Lionheart is the result of a God-idea I had while recovering from a bilateral mastectomy following a breast cancer diagnosis at the age of 26. I was encouraged by my own strength, tenacity and determination to beat cancer with a smile. So, I created a place where I could share all my love and good vibes with fierce and fabulous women around the globe.


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Jasmine Dionne

Jasmine Dionne

Jacksonville, Florida

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TheLovelyLionheart made this item with help from

  • Printed Mint, Phoenix, AZ
TheLovelyLionheart made this item with help from:
  • Printed Mint, Phoenix, AZ