Nudists With A Mastectomy

Giving up a breast to save your life is a difficult situation. It took me a long time to come to grips with it and to finally let my naked chest be shown. Funny, now that I'm adjusted, I realize that nobody cares if I only have one breast! Here's to other ladies that realize that life is more important than breasts ! Lets celebrate and share our photos and our stories! Let's hear from...

My cancer was DCIS, Ductile Carcinoma In Situ, which means the cancer was isolated on my milk ducts. The lumpectomy did not have clean margins, and since my breast was so small, off it came. It took me a long time to adjust to having only one breast, but it healed nicely, and finally I've accepted it! Bob has always been supportive and always told me that I'm still attractive naked, in fact, it was his idea that I finally have him take some photographs of my full naked chest and post them here on TrueNudists! I'm glad I did and I thank everyone for their wonderful, supportive comments!

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You look great

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What you did is hard and something like that is never easy. But you are still an amazing and beautiful human being who beat an evil disease. Your confidence speaks volumes in your photos.

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Hello nice story , we are are all with ,all the best xx

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You still look spectacular and quite sexy to my eyes.

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You are still twice as beautiful as most.

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Im glad you took Bob's advice and posted your pics on this site. You are a pretty lady. My mother too had a similar op years ago. Bless you

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You are an inspiration to us all - I am only missing a fingertip but knowing you can still show yourself and incredibly I would add just makes me able to know we are all human and go through things but can keep on living. Still wish to meet live personally. AustinJohn

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Thank you for sharing not only your beautiful photo's but also your story. I wish more women had your confidence to do the same. You are a great influence to all woman around the world. We are so very honored to be friends. We enjoy your photos so very much. Again, thank you.

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Thank you for sharing your story.

It is almost 20 years since I had my left side diagnosis and subsequent mastectomy. Yes I am that random male. In the year I was 1 of only 200 men in the UK. I was lucky in the sense it was picked up very early, I was only 3 weeks from diagnosis to surgery. And I was also lucky that I did not have to have Chemo but I had 12 weeks Radiotherapy at 6 days per week.

Being a naturist and unashamed to show it, I am constantly being asked why I have no left breast, it is surprising just how many people, especially men are totally unaware the we too can suffer the fear and worries of Breast Cancer.

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Just checking in on you - still inspired by your openness in what could have been a life ending exercise. And you are gorgeous post surgery so am glad you share as a fellow nudist. Always willing to share more on here or otherwise. AustinJohn

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