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    Meet Bianca aka BPerformer

    What to do after a stage 2 breast cancer diagnosis.

    Meet AnaOno agent, Bianca Muñiz aka @biancamunizofficial. Bianca is a cancer advocate and super talented musician who loves captivating the unspoken through music. She was diagnosed in November of 2016 with triple positive stage two breast cancer and underwent a double mastectomy with reconstruction. She modeled in our 2019 Sport Launch shoot and has been an AnaOno supporter from the beginning!!

     

    Fun fact:

    Bianca loves dark chocolate and being upside down. She also wears goggles to cut onions because otherwise, she cries every time.

    Read on to hear more from her and join us in welcoming her to The Agency! 

    What's your passion?

    Singing/songwriting/advocacy

    What makes you happiest?

    Helping + Healing others through music/my journey 

    What do you do to feel confident and embrace your body?

    I take care of my body... I love any form of movement and feeling strong and capable, like I can do anything. Being strong gives me confidence

    What does "Never Alone" mean to you?

    Never alone means having a community that understands what I'm going through without judgement. No questions asked.

    Which is your favorite AnaOno bra? Why?

    That's a tough question!!! It's definitely a tie between the Gloria, the Delilah and the Paige/ Bianca. I LOVE the lace and sexiness of the Gloria... but I love the comfort and length of the Delilah - I can wear it as a bra and I can also use it when I practice yoga. I'm also biased to the Paige and Bianca bras because I loveeeee working out and the support is unreal with those two. (Editor's note: The Bianca bra is named after her!)

    What does being part of The Agency mean to you?

    Being a part of The AnaOno Agency is like being a part of a family. I get to help support a company I really love and believe in, while also empowering other humans going through similar experiences as I have.

    If you were to give advice to someone diagnosed with breast cancer or having a preventative surgery, what would you say?

    I would say, don't be afraid to live your life. Cancer doesn't have to stop you from being who you are and doing what you love. And one of the biggest things is, don't be afraid to ask for help. You don't have to go through this alone

    What's your guilty pleasure?

    Hehe I don't even feel guilty about my guilty pleasures. I eat chocolate every. single. day. No shame. Also, I'm obsessed with bacon. 

    You can follow along with Bianca on her InstagramTwitter, and Facebook.

    Dana Donofree

    Dana Donofree

    Founder and CEO of AnaOno. After a diagnosis of breast cancer in her late 20’s, Dana took her own lived experience and fashion design background and (re)designed intimates for those that have undergone breast surgery. Dana’s story has been published around the world in outlets like New York Times, BBC, Huffington Post, The Today Show, and more.