There are quite a few of them out there in cyberspace: since the site went live Aug.1, 10,000 people have visited and more than 2,000 have signed up. 20 receive a free month of membership, which costs about , depending on the length of the subscription.) Brashier, 50, a hairdresser from southern California, is targeting cancer survivors like herself who may have experienced complications from chemotherapy or radiation that affect the ability to have intercourse, as well as people who cannot have sex for other reasons including paralysis, erectile dysfunction and birth defects.
Again if you find that your date is able to have erections at other times of the day, especially early morning, but fails in an intimate setting with you, then the problem is not physical – you and your man could have a relaxed chat about what is bothering him and what you can do to ease his anxieties.As the cancer treatment took a toll on my body, I’m no longer able to function sexually the way I used to.This has proven to be an enormous challenge when it comes to dating — when the topic of intimacy is raised, I fear that once my partner knows my limitations, he may lose interest. ” Finding a love interest through the new site removes that anxiety.MORE: First Comes Cancer, Then Come Children: The New World of Oncofertility In 1999, Brashier wrapped up treatment for Stage 4 cervical cancer.She found sex unbearably painful and the prospect of breaking that news to a potential partner so overwhelming that she quit dating.