Pink Sunday

Pink Sunday – a day in October to wear pink in support or memory of someone with Breast Cancer. #PinkSunday #BreastCancer #PinkRibbon

Pink Sunday

Pink Sunday - a day in October to wear pink in support or memory of someone with Breast Cancer. #PinkSunday #BreastCancer #PinkRibbon

Yes! Guys you can wear pink too! I wore pink the 2nd Sunday of October in 2002, I was like Hmm we need a Pink Sunday, I looked into it, there is a Pink Sunday, it is usually held the third Sunday of October.

So I can wear pink again next Sunday!

Real Men Wear Pink - Real Men Rock Pink - Steve wearing Pink 2020

Pink Sunday is the Third Sunday in October

The point of this day is to wear pink on Sunday and help raise awareness for Breast Cancer and the need for women to get checked. BTW, men also need to get checked. At least try, it is hard for men to get the proper screening, yet, Breast Cancer runs in men too.

Take this day to pray Breast Cancer, those who have and are battling with this form of cancer.

Maybe decorate with pink balloons, pink ribbons and anything else pink.

I was like, all I have this old pink Lady Vols basketball. I went to the store to find me a pink polo, and found the Real Men Rock Pink t-shirt.

So come on guys, women, everyone wear pink, even a pink ribbon!

Plus, I am wearing the Pink Ribbon Face Mask that I made and sell.

In 2023, that falls on October 15, 2023.

Here they next occotances:

  1. October 15, 2023
  2. October 21, 2024
  3. October 19, 2025
  4. October 18, 2026
  5. October 17, 2027
  6. October 15, 2028

Another name that has been used is Worship in Pink or even Pink Ribbon Sunday.

I still remember getting Best Dressed in Pink in one of my former places of work.

Pink Ribbon Breast Cancer Awareness Face Mask

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