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FLAT is where it's at

This is a podcast for and about flatties. None of us said, "Man, I wish someone would cut my boobs off.", but since cancer came along and we didn't want foreign objects shoved into our chest cavities, we find ourselves livin' the flat life. Or, maybe we DID choose implants and found pain and disease there, so had them removed and we're livin' flat now. Or, maybe we found that we had a gene that made us very likely to get cancer, so we preemptively had our breasts removed. Some of us had a unilateral mastectomy and chose to remain flat on one side.  However we got here, we find that being flat comes along with very specific problems, weird situations, and wonderful freedoms. Here we discuss them all. (That said, I do have trans friends who HAVE wanted their boobs cut off, but different circumstances, different situations.) If you are flat and feeling alone, you can find support on facebook. The groups Fierce, Flat, Forward,  My Flat Friends, and Flatties Unite offer a huge collection of supportive sisters. They have helped me tremendously. Also, GREAT resources for information and support for going flat can be found at and at

Non-flatties are welcome, too! We NEED the general population to understand our situation. You can also find FLAT is where it's at on instagram. Thanks for comin' by! And to learn more about me, you can visit 

Sep 25, 2019

Born in a refugee camp, surviving a childhood filled with domestic violence, and facing breast cancer has forged Chandra into one caring, sensitive, beautiful human being. 




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Sep 18, 2019

(*EDIT: Since this episode was recorded, Dr. Robertson has moved to Arkansas to work with a cancer institute there. You can find her most recent interview here on November 22, 2020.) Recently Dr. Rogsbert Phillips-Reed was honored by the Southern Christian Leadership Conference as one of the "Women: Rising Up to Lift Up...

Sep 11, 2019

Comeshia Williams is an educator, mother, and breast cancer survivor. Here she is with her family. Willie lll, Comeshia, Gerald, and Willie.