Our goal is always to make you feel sexy, confident, and comfortable. For some of us, sex isn’t what it was before cancer. We can help you look your best, but if you need more than lingerie, that’s when we get help from our friends/experts who understand.
AnaOno has touched on the topic of sex after breast cancer a few times within our community, so we wanted tie everything together in one place. Have your way with this information; the safe word is "peaches".
"As a longtime sex educator and breast cancer survivor, my path gives me the great gift of talking with many women about their sex lives before, during and after cancer diagnosis and treatment. I hear some stories of inspiration and hope, and many more of frustration and pain."
Check out guest Post by Barbara Musser, Founder of Sexy After Cancer and a 27-year breast cancer survivor. See more about her at www.SexyAfterCancer.com
Dana Donofree and Alison Hinch talk with Dr. Timaree Schmit about the impact of breast cancer treatment on sexuality. A diagnosis of breast cancer means many things; while almost all facets of life can be affected by breast cancer, sexuality is the one that doctors are least comfortable discussing with patients. It’s often only through the sisterhood of those who have experienced our reality that many women are able to find information, advice, and support.
While the aftermath of chemo and radiation therapy don’t always have us looking or feeling our best, sometimes we all just need a little help from our friends. In a Guest Post by Anna Crollman of "My Cancer Chic" she gives us some great tips on looking your best during the summer, and using products that are safe for us while still being effective.
Sometimes we just need a little hope, like a love story that seems impossible even to the people in it. When Jenna Felder's wrote her guest post we got just that. Sometime you just need to give yourself permission to try again.
Having positive body image is hard enough in today’s world, but a breast cancer diagnosis can make it even harder. Presented by our Young Women’s Initiative, this program explored the way young women cope with body image changes after diagnosis and breast cancer’s impact on self-esteem, emotional and sexual health, and dating and relationships.
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You are not going to look like you used to, and that is OK. With a little ingenuity, anything is possible.