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The Breast Archives |

Every Woman has a Breast 

Story to Share

 

 

 

The Film

The Breast Archives is a film for women who long to be seen as they are: Beautiful, sensually whole, and courageous within their exquisite vulnerability. The film focuses on nine women from diverse backgrounds discussing their breasts openly and honestly, countering our society’s taboos and shame around breasts, impacting our identities as girls and women.

Allow our film to guide you back to the self-compassion that is your birthright as a woman. Let’s turn this page together on a new chapter of body empowerment and re-claim our breasts as our own.

Be Brave.  Be Seen.  Embody Change.

 

 

"Every woman needs to see this documentary, so she can begin her own journey towards health."

— Sydney Ross Singer, Medical Anthropologist

The Project

Both enlightening and entertaining, The Breast Archives asks the question, “What happens when woman are brave enough to bare their breasts—and their hearts—to share the unique journeys they’ve made with their bodies?”

Nine women, aged 30 to 70, candidly reveal memories of adolescent shame and confusion, the delights of first intimacies, experiences of sexual tension, anxiety about breast cancer, and the influence of media, religion, and society on their self-worth and physical and emotional development.

The film offers a frank and bold examination of this cultural influence across race, class, religion, age, and gender and provides a vital compassion we all seek. By exposing themselves, these nine women expose and challenge us all. The Breast Archives creates an opportunity to engage, empower, and enlighten.

"The Breast Archives is like a warm conversation between you and 9 of your closest friends."

— Lena Wilson, The Valley Advocate

Project Highlights…