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Posing topless with purpose

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Topless portraits of 50 women who have been through breast cancer surgery are currently on display at Parliament. The exhibition showcases these women at different stages of healing and aims to raise awareness about their experiences. The women bravely posed topless for a photographer, hoping to show the effects of breast cancer surgery. The portraits capture the journey these women go through in their healing process and provide them with a sense of empowerment in a situation where they often feel powerless. The photographer hopes that by displaying these portraits at Parliament, lawmakers will gain a better understanding of the challenges faced by breast cancer patients.