Screening and Discussion of ABSOLUTELY SAFE

Saturday, November 7


Join us Saturday, November 7th at the Goddess Temple for a lively discussion and educational film about BREAST IMPLANTS. Why do thousands of women complain of brain fog, fatigue, rashes, depression, chronic pain, and more after getting implants? If the implants are not the problem, then why do the majority of women’s symptom’s improve after getting the implants out? Women are being poisoned, many losing their lives all for breast implants! We need FEMALE POWER more than ever on this planet to create a more HUMANE WORLD, yet the beauty myth is draining millions of their powerful shakti. Join us for this important film.


FOR: All genders, all ages at parent’s discretion.

TIME: Doors open 6:30, Event 7-9 pm

COST: Free and open to the public.


17905 Sky Park Circle, Ste A, Irvine, CA 92614

CONTACT: Charlotte Cressey with questions. (949)667-0693


DESCRIPTION: Screening and discussion of the acclaimed documentary ABSOLUTELY SAFE, examining the controversy over breast implant safety.

At a time when more women than ever are getting breast implants, fewer voices than ever seem to be asking “Why?” And fewer still are asking “Are they safe?” ABSOLUTELY SAFE takes an open-minded, personal approach to the controversy over breast implant safety. Ultimately, ABSOLUTELY SAFE is the story of everyday women who find themselves and their breasts in the tangled and confusing intersection of health, money, science, and beauty.


“I think that the science on the implants has been so discouraged from actually being undertaken in a coherent and realistic fashion that we really don’t know much about these devices at all.” Dr. Michael Harbut, MD, MPH, FCCP

“All you have to know is one simple thing. The manufacturer never proved that the devices were safe and effective, because they never did the due diligence, the work that was necessary in clinical studies, and in scientific discovery, to make that assumption, and to make that conclusion. And that at the very base of this debate is what has to be done.” John Byrne
Executive Editor, Business Week

ABSOLUTELY SAFE has partnered with NOW (The National Organization for Women), Our Bodies Ourselves, and the National Council of Women’s Organizations to bring this film and this information to the public.

This screening generously hosted by: