Update 10/5/10: Feel Your Boobies contacted us this morning to express their concern that non-regular readers might take this article seriously, which would be detrimental to the brand. We at Cuse My Campus are creative, but we’re not jerks”¦ So in the interest of protecting a good cause, we edited it down and added this disclaimer to let you all know this is FAKE news! CMC is a humor site for entertainment purposes only. So please, don’t get your panties in a bunch. Or your bras.


With the beginning of National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, one particular campaign that has taken root on campuses nationwide is the Feel Your Boobies Foundation, a nonprofit organization dedicated to reminding women to check themselves for breast cancer regularly. Advocates for the foundation can be seen wearing attention-grabbing “Feel Your Boobies” t-shirts and plastering stickers of the phrase all over campus. Though their methods are unconventional, it cannot be denied that they are certainly raising awareness for their cause.


However, one side effect they did not anticipate was the increasing number of male students attempting to feel the boobies female students in response to the campaign’s message. Since its presence on SU’s campus began last week, numerous boob-grabbing attempts have occurred, with every offender using the same defense that they were just trying to check the woman for breast cancer.


Campaign advocates are sounding off. “Guys have just been really creepy towards me ever since I started wearing this shirt,” said Feel Your Boobies representative Alexa Smith. “I want women on campus to stay healthy and aware, but men are just interpreting that as an invitation to try to go to second base with me in broad daylight on a crowded South Campus bus.”


“Her shirt said to feel her boobies!” argued sophomore women’s studies major Jonathan Pervman. “Well, yea, it said feel “your’ boobies but that’s close enough. I felt it was my civic duty to make sure this innocent woman didn’t have breast cancer,” Pervman added. “Also, she had an awesome rack.”


*Visit www.feelyourboobies.com for more information. They provide life-saving “friendly reminders when you least expect it” and every $1 donation allows them to provide 250 of these reminders. And guys, remember to ask for permission before checking girls for breast cancer.