Touch. Look. Check.
Welcome to Booby Share is a place for women to celebrate, commemorate, participate... and show their breasts some TLC. is a virtual, interactive exhibit of breasts. Learn more.


Because breast cancer is the leading cause of cancer death in young women ages 15-40 and nearly one quarter of all breast cancers occur in women under 50 years of age. Early detection is key.

What you can do now

As a symbol of your commitment, upload your photo to and join the hundreds of other women who are showing their breasts some TLC. was developed for women in support of Rethink Breast Cancer as a way to promote the Touch, Look, Check (TLC) early detection initiative. For more information about Rethink, click here.

TLC - Touch. Look. Check.

Research has shown that women are confused about how and when to check their breasts. Rethink wants to help save lives by dispelling the confusion about how to be breast aware with a simple, effective new way of thinking about examining your breasts. TLC is an important message for all women and simply asks that women show their breasts some TLC.

There is no need to follow a fancy routine for examining your breasts, just be familiar with how they look and feel so that you notice changes. You can do this by looking and feeling in any way that makes you feel comfortable - in the bath or shower, when dressing, standing or lying down.
  • Touch your breasts
    feel for anything unusual
  • Look for changes
    be aware of their shape and texture
  • Check anything unusual
    with your doctor. Chat with your friends if you are worried.
Changes to look for include:
  • Size or shape - e.g. one breast might become larger or lower than the other.
  • Skin texture - such as puckering or dimpling of the skin.
  • Appearance or direction of nipple - e.g. one nipple might become inverted (turned-in).
  • Discharge - one or both nipples might discharge a blood-stained liquid.
  • Rash or crusting of the nipple or surrounding area.
  • Lump in the breast or armpit.
  • Lumpy area or unusual thickening of breast tissue that doesn't go away after a woman's period.
  • Pain in part of the breast or armpit that is unrelated to periods.
TLC when shaving your underarms. Its that simple.

Remember that nine out of ten breast lumps are not cancerous

If you find anything unusual or are worried, you should talk to your G.P.