A topless show was excited about the cause. But, The Susan G. Komen for the Cure foundation declined their offer.

For their 26th anniversary show, Crazy Girls at the Riviera wanted to donate a portion of ticket sales to Susan G. Komen for the Cure. The topless show dancers say they've had dancers on the show who experienced breast cancer so it's very personal to them.

Southern Nevada's Executive Director Stephanie Kirby said it's Susan G. Komen's national policy to not partner with certain businesses, especially ones that may sexualize women. Kirby said they need to respect the survivors and those fighting breast cancer now.

The girls say they still can't understand. The show is currently looking for another breast cancer nonprofit to help with its 26th anniversary show. Personally I think it's all about a cure not about the foundation. Your thoughts?