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Today, more than ever, Twitter is an important source of information for women, especially women of color.
With the popularity of #MeToo, the #WeWantCovid hashtag, and the #MeTheNews series, women are asking the questions that have been asked about cancer, and it’s clear they want to know more about their health and the role that technology plays in our lives.
We’ve compiled a list of tips to help you keep up with the conversation, and to help women spread the news to friends, family, and coworkers.
Be yourself 1.
The best way to spread cancer is not to share photos and videos of yourself.
You may be surprised by the amount of people who are interested in you and want to be friends with you.
When you share a photo or video of yourself, don’t say anything about your body, race, or religion.
When people see a photo of you in a bikini, they think of a celebrity, or of a woman with cancer.
They may not realize that you are not wearing a bra, that you’re not wearing makeup, and that your hair is not tied back.
Make sure to show your hair.
Don’t let your hair look like a bra.
When sharing a photo, keep it clean and tidy.
Never put your phone on the front of your bra, phone case, or purse, or leave your phone in your purse, purse case, bag, or baggie.
Don,t post pictures on social media where people may see your photos and contact you about them.
Share your story.
Share a story of what it was like to fight cancer.
Share that you were in a fight, that your body was hurting, or that you just had to fight to live.
Be clear about the details and keep the conversation lighthearted.
When talking about your cancer treatment, be specific.
Use your name, but don’t include your full name.
Donot say your name.
It could be an acronym, a common disease diagnosis, or your own name.
Donate to cancer research.
Many women are fighting cancer without knowing it, but donating to cancer science will allow you to share your story in a way that is meaningful to your friends and family.
Donations will also allow you and your loved ones to get to know you better.
Be aware of your surroundings.
Make yourself a priority in your life.
Ask your friends to get in touch, and get a sense of who you are and what you care about.
Keep your thoughts about cancer to yourself.
When it comes to sharing your story about your fight, keep your thoughts private.
If you share your cancer story online, it will be shared, and may be shared by strangers.
But don’t be afraid to share it with your friends.
Talk to people who have cancer.
When there is a need to reach out to others, talk to someone who has cancer, or people who care about cancer.
Be an ally.
When someone is fighting cancer, be an ally to them.
Share their story and help them through the process.