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Boobies.com is dedicated to one thing – to fight against cancer of our favorite part of the female body: breasts. Tired of seeing all blogs looking the same, the Boobies.com team decided to put together their own blog to showcase breasts of all shapes and sizes. The site has been up and running for over year, going on two. Boobies.com is managed by a team that proudly shows their dedication to saving the female breasts with every single post.

Proudly, the BoobiesTeam is very driven to help fight against Breast Cancer and we have grown and changed in many ways ever since it launched. Statistically speaking, invasive breast cancer will affect 226, 870 women in the United States and about 39,510 will pass away from it. Recently, the BoobiesTeam has been in talks with several organizations to help with the cause.

Are you interested in dedicating yourself to it? Do your part by submitting some of your own! Whether its from showcasing your own or convincing your female friends to send their pics, it still is a submission.

The team would like to thank all the lovely ladies for their submissions so far and the dedication is deeply appreciated. With every submission, our site grows and more people are more informed of the cause. Save the ta-tas!

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  • Boobies.com is dedicated to one thing – to fight against cancer of our favorite part of the female body: breasts. Tired of seeing all blogs looking the same, the Boobies.com team decided to put together their own blog to showcase breasts of all shapes and sizes. The site has been up and running for over year, going on two. Boobies.com is managed by a team that proudly shows their dedication to saving the female breasts with every single post.

    Proudly, the BoobiesTeam is very driven to help fight against Breast Cancer and we have grown and changed in many ways ever since it launched. Statistically speaking, invasive breast cancer will affect 226, 870 women in the U.S...[READ MORE]