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repost from What Now? A Cancer Community

You might find this video surprising, intriguing or even amusing. But we think it gets an important message across. There are so many emotions involved when it comes to sex, relationships and cancer, which is why we’re campaigning to let people know there is help and support available. Please help us break the taboo by sharing this video with friends, family and colleagues and get people talking:

http://whatnow.org.uk/video/sex-gurus-top-tips-use-finger
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Hank Alvarez
Okay, I guess somebody is going to have to explain it to me. I didn't go there because that did sound like spam, advertising, and I don't know the site. So if any of you think I'm missing something please clue me in. Hank
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Adriana
Hank, I think that ToyPro wouldn't be one posting spam. It's the unknown names we have to worry about.
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Tabu Toypro
That's right! Hey Hank, I work for tabutoys so you can bet I follow our rules  

When you look at a post, the left side gives you most of the info you need to determine if it's a real user or not. The top line is the username, under that it says Newbie or Jr/Sr User - that's just related to how many posts or replies have come from the user. The stars are related to that as well.

Then you see applaud or smite. If you really agree and liked the post, applaud away. This gives a user some good "karma". If you totally disagree, smite 'em. Or not - that part is just a "cheers or jeers" rating thing.

Then you see the number of posts from the user. Usualy spammers don't get too far. That number will be low, low, low. And finally, the lovely icon. Not too many hot chicks in panties calling themsleves "Cyberfunlover" in the real world. Although...it is not implausible. And when they're real, we like it!

You can always click on the username to view the user's "profile" to see if they have a website listed, such as Free Porn XXX. That's pretty much the identifier right there. Next to their redundant post or obvious links to Viagra or some other product maybe completely unrelated to our forum.

Whew! I hope this helps you. I know how confusing it seems, but you're getting it!

We love you Hank!

ps - that article is actually a cute commercial for the macmillian cancer community website, which is a support resource for those with cancer. there's great advice for those experiencing sexual side effects of cancer treatment.
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Roadie
OK...I been had...I know there would not be a video that showed that guy actually touching her 'parts'...but I sure wasn't expecting what they did show...lol

On a personal note about sex and cancer. Many of you in here know that my wife before Dreamer died of cancer. From the time we found out she had cancer until she died about 5 months later, there was no sex...at all...of any kind. Not that there was much before that, but the cancer and treatment literally took all life out of her. All I could do...all I did...was be there for her when she was having a downer day. I would like to think the emotional support I gave her left her with feelings of being wanted...even if it was not in a physical way except hugs, kisses and touching in non-sexual ways.

Cancer is an ugly thing to deal with and I suppose it depends on individual situations. One would certainly hope there are HUGE lines of communication open between the two of you. Good Luck!
Lovin My Wife...Lovin Life

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Tabu Toypro
I think the part people forget is that sex does not always equal penetration. You can have sexual intimacy through touch (verbal and non-verbal), sexual and sensual talk, tantra methods and even through good old-fashioned masturbation. The obstacles, as Roadie pointed out, will be there. But with communication and a little education you can overcome them.
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