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Tuesday, August 19, 2008

Media volunteers for fecal body odor ?

Fecal Body Odor seems to be the biggest problem on the Body Odor boards, as indicated on our poll, and yet the world is unaware of it. For obvious reasons, it is understandable that no-one has appeared in the media regarding fecal body odor, and for most of us it is unthinkable. Of course it is probably in all of our best interests if someone did appear, in the right circumstances. If the opportunity arose for a media appearance on the subject, would anyone be brave enough to volunteer ? If you would be willing to consider any future opportunities, you could send an email to mpdela1@gmail.com to be kept on a list of potential volunteers. Or perhaps making it aware on the forums would be another way.

At the moment there is no such media work, but if there ever was then channels would already be open. The producers of the BBC documentary on TMAU looked for volunteers by posting on body odor websites.

If anyone has other ideas of how to promote awareness, please let us know, either here or on the forums

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