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    Quote Originally Posted by VicPark View Post
    You can but after you (and potentially your kids) have seen them.
    You have to be at least 13yrs to be on Facebook. I'd be fine with a 13 yr old seeing those pictures and think it could even lead to a very important conversation on breast cancer.

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    Everyday Iam subject to things I'd rather not see but have no choice. Walking pass the magazine rack at the newsagent and half naked women are on the cover of zoo magazine (or something equivalent). I often see people wear clothes (or rather lack of clothing) with bits hanging out I'd rather not see..... And what this woman did was confronting and uncomfortable (I think it's meant to make you feel like that)...but it makes you "think" about it.... And I think that was her intention.

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    I think that she has done an amazingly brave thing. Really if my child saw it I would just tell her that the lady took a photo after she had an operation to make her better and she wanted to show other people with that sickness that they didn't have to feel bad.

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    I think its amazing. Good on her.

    My 5.5yr old saw it on my laptop today. He asked about it. I explained it in an age appropriate way. I dont see the big deal.

    Like RippaRita said, I seen crap like dead tortured animals, abused children, almost naked women in my news feed - that is stuff I dont want my kid to see. This picture I think is brave, and amazing.

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    Amazingly brave. If any one of my friend s did that I'd be proud of them for sharing.


 

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