Mango presents a new collection of bras and swimsuits for single-breasted women

The textile company Mango has created a new collection of swimwear for people with only one breast, an initiative that responds to the challenge launched last year by the non-profit association aunt & aunt “with the intention of desexualizing the tit”. Specifically, this organization proposed to the big brands create a version of Lola, the first single cup bra for uniteta women.

As reported by the firm in a Press release, its objective is “is to be able meet the needs of women who have had to undergo a mastectomy and they have decided not to use prostheses or have a breast reconstruction. “They thus respond to the need of a group raised by teta & teta, which called for the creation of an affordable bra of this type, since most alternatives for those who go through this surgical process are very expensive.

In fact, the collection of sales dand this collection will go to this association, which, as indicated on its website, seeks to “desexualize” the breasts and vindicates “feminine freedom”. In her career she has created various initiatives in addition to the Lola unicopa bra, such as Breastfeeding Welcome Here, a proposal “to normalize breastfeeding in public”.

Specifically, Mango has launched three bras, two swimsuits and a bikini with these characteristics. In addition, the company has also added options for people with prosthetics, which are added to the unicopa alternatives.

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