We are super-excited to redesign and re-introduce this fluffy friend to you after a long-overdue makeover. We first put our mammary gland out there in 2009 and the response was…underwhelming. Let’s just say we thought people liked mammary glands, but really what y’all actually wanted was boobs. We get it. Everyone likes boobs, right? We hope you like this one! Now you’ve got something fun to give the bravest and most amazing breast cancer survivor in your life.

Your breasts contain fat, muscle, nipples, and mammary glands, which look like a bunch of grapes (see picture below) and can produce milk to feed babies. Mammary glands are what give mammals their name. Both women and men have mammary glands. The hormone estrogen promotes breast development, while testosterone inhibits breasts. It’s the breast of both worlds! Measures a highly unrealistic 7" x 9" x 6”.

Don’t let cancer get the breast of you! Do your best to check your breasts, no one knows them better than you. 🎀   

Celebrate Breast Cancer Awareness Month with our Breast Exam Ever print. Available as a tote bag and more in our print-on-demand store.

You weirdos asked for 'em and now we have 'em -- glands! Brand-new gland-filled sticker packs are in the house and ready to go home with you. Fun, colorful and oversized, these endocrine-friendly stixs are perfect for decorating your stuff or reminding you exactly what on earth your pineal gland does (produces melatonin, that delightful sleep-inducing hormone). Whether you're studying up on your endocrinology or just feeling hormonal, you need yourself some glands. In my head, all the glands were sort of undifferentiated blob-shaped sacks, but of course they all have their own wonderful special shapes unique to them. I'll admit I was skeptical about how cute a testicle could be (he's the blue one to the left), but I've warmed up to him.
You weirdos asked for 'em and now we have 'em -- glands! Brand-new gland-filled sticker packs are in the house and ready to go home with you. Fun, colorful and oversized, these endocrine-friendly stixs are perfect for decorating your stuff or reminding you exactly what on earth your pineal gland does (produces melatonin, that delightful sleep-inducing hormone). Whether you're studying up on your endocrinology or just feeling hormonal, you need yourself some glands. In my head, all the glands were sort of undifferentiated blob-shaped sacks, but of course they all have their own wonderful special shapes unique to them. I'll admit I was skeptical about how cute a testicle could be (he's the blue one to the left), but I've warmed up to him.