The only conclusion I can draw from this story is that Niki’s West restaurant in Birmingham, Alabama supports women dying from breast cancer.
On Saturday, Brian Studdard drove from Atlanta to Birmingham to celebrate his father’s 99th birthday at the restaurant, but the celebration was interrupted by a hostess who confronted him about his shirt. According to WBRC, Studdard was wearing a pink t-shirt with a line drawing of a pair of breasts and the slogan “Breast Matters.” He told the news station that he earned the shirt after finishing a five-mile walk to support a friend who was fighting breast cancer. “One of my best friends died a few months ago from breast cancer,” he said. “One of my sisters is a breast cancer survivor, so it means a lot.”
Any person with common sense would understand what the shirt means. Breast are a natural part of life, even crudely draw breast on a t-shirt, and provide babies with food.
This is what we get with all of the sensitive people running around. People are offended by something they love. There is not one person walking this earth who truly hates breast. Either, women have them, or men want to touch them, period.