Wednesday July 13, 2016
One writer explores the A, B, Cs & double Ds of the way we think about breasts
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We've all seen them, whether we have them or not.
And yet, to talk about them is still a bit taboo.
Breasts, and what it means to have them, are the subjects of a literary event at the University of British Columbia today. It's based on a collection of stories that writer Ruth Daniell put together.
Ruth talks to Candy about the reasons why she decided to start the conversation about breasts.