Tittypix Wants To Draw Your Boobs While Raising Money For Breast Cancer Research

Throughout the month of October, 10% of all of TittyPix’s proceeds will be given to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation.

TittyPix – which creates custom paintings of breasts to promote self-love and body positivity – has announced a partnership with the Breast Cancer Research Foundation in recognition of Breast Cancer Awareness Month.

TittyPix was founded by artist Fallon Smalberg on her principles of being “passionate and committed to thoughtful giving,” according to a press release. That’s a mission that TittyPix has already demonstrated, donating a portion of every month’s proceeds to organizations of Smalberg’s choosing. And as TittyPix exists thanks to breasts, it’s a no-brainer that Smalberg and the company continue to strongly advocate for the breast cancer community.

Throughout the month of October, 10% of all of TittyPix’s proceeds will be given to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation. Tittypix will also be hosting three separate Instagram live interviews to go along with a number of fundraisers. The first fundraiser is on October 11th; a limited edition print will be available, with 50% of the proceeds being donated. The event will also feature an interview with Dr. Simran Malhotra, a palliative care doctor, at 5 p.m. Dr. Malhotra, in addition to running her own primary practice, is also a BRCA 1 previvor and runs @honestlywholistic, an Instagram account dedicated to “keeping it real” about life and medicine.

”She is passionate about being transparent on her cancer journey​ ​as a physician, as well as palliative care and culinary and lifestyle medicine,” reads the press release.

The second fundraiser is set for October 18th. At 5 p.m., Smalberg will interview Dr. Alexea Gaffney, an infectious disease sub-specialist, internist, and pediatrician — as well as a breast cancer survivor. Following the interview, TittyPix will be releasing a HUGE surprise — but no one knows what it is yet!

“[Dr. Gaffney] utilizes advocacy via conferences, community engagement, and​ ​social media to educate at-risk communities and the general public about lifestyle, disease​ ​prevention, and management,” thee press release notes.

The last fundraiser, on October 23rd, will include an interview with Jen Rozenbaum, a breast cancer survivor and author of ​“What The​ ​F*ck Just Happened?,”​ ​a survivor’s guide to life after breast cancer.

“She is passionate about​ ​helping women create their own unique femininity through sharing her story,” says the press release.

Fundraiser attendees can purchase a limited-edition t-shirt, with 50% of the proceeds going to charity.

To get all the latest Breast Cancer Awareness Month updates, follow TittyPix on Instagram.


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