I think it's もっと見る complex than that. Breast cancer is もっと見る 人気 because あなた get to say "breast". It's sexual, and people like to think about innate womanhood in terms of sexuality. Prostates are sexual, but are often thought of such only within homosexual relationships. As homosexuality is so looked down upon, the prostate is thought of as only gross.
It's definitely worth feminist attention, but isn't a straight-up sexist thing.
Surviving any kind of cancer is heroic, I don't know where this コメント came from. Breast cancer gets もっと見る media attention for one thing because women have had to fight to get women's health issues recognized and have organized around the issue. But also breast cancer deals with saving something many men see as incredibly valuable in women, "saving the tatas" as one campaign puts it, so it gets attention from men too. I think this combination is the reason breast cancer has a high visibility in the media.
For many, many years studies on all sorts of diseases were done on male subjects only, including ハート, 心 disease, which led to the mistaken belief that ハート, 心 disease is a man's issue and something women don't need to worry about as much.
But did あなた know this: "Heart disease is the leading cause of death of women in the U.S. Almost every minute, a woman in the U.S. dies from ハート, 心 disease. Nearly five times as many women (200,000) will die from ハート, 心 attacks alone this 年 than will die from breast cancer."
Why is there not a bigger campaign for preventing ハート, 心 disease in women? Why is breast cancer what gets もっと見る media attention? ハート, 心 disease kills もっと見る women than breast cancer, isn't it sexist to focus on something that is seen as the only value women have, our sexuality? The focus with many campaigns is saving the breasts, not as much saving the life of the women they're attached to.
This コメント breast cancer vs. prostate cancer sounds like a bunch of MRA bullshit 'reverse sexism' whining to me.
Another fact: "only eight percent of primary care physicians and 17 percent of cardiologists knew that ハート, 心 disease kills もっと見る women than men."
DOCTORS don't know that ハート, 心 disease kills もっと見る women than men...what does that tell you? That's just unreal.
Just because あなた survive breast cancer doesn't make あなた a hero. It means you're strong, and you're a survivor, but seriously, あなた didn't save lives, または stop a war, または do anything remotely heroic, so the whole idea of cancer surviving being heroic is just ridiculous.
Uhhh, excuse me if I'm wrong, but I never thought any type if cancer is もっと見る heroic than any other kind. If あなた ask me, anyone (and I've met people who have survived cancer) and I consider all those people, no matter what kind of cancer they survived, equally brave. I find it ridiculous that anyone would say something like that.