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The joys of sex after prostate cancer? For males -- straight or gay?


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Initial post: Dec 9, 2012 5:10:42 PM PST
Rick Henry says:
Wondering how experiences might differ, and resolutions or restorations that may have occurred...?
Does one still experience -- and how, or what? --
anything next to normalcy?

Posted on Dec 11, 2012 8:57:12 AM PST
c---kuta says:
The level of intimacy is normally what drives great sex. If that changes, that is not the condition as so much as it is the individuals involved.

If a woman loses a breast does the sex change? Perhaps a little at first but the intimacy level shouldn't be noticeably affected.

In reply to an earlier post on Dec 11, 2012 9:21:04 AM PST
Last edited by the author on Dec 11, 2012 9:33:10 AM PST
Rick Henry says:
c--kuta
I was perhaps speaking mostly in regard to functionality, and the pleasure thereof. If function is deprived/depleted... the joy can't be the same. Much like trying to go hunting with an unloaded gun. You may enjoy the sights and the weather, being outdoors, but you won't come back near as fulfilled or happy, since your purpose has been thwarted. Women who have mastectomies may have even better-looking results after reconstructive surgery -- but what of the feel?
Aren't the nipples basically dead, for both parties? And if the man can't
maintain a goodly erection, or has no ejaculate... he's a defeated joe.
Kissing and hugging only is not fulfilling, sexually.

How about males with males?
I would think then those relationships are definitely destroyed, or even the possibility of one to begin?
Although I've heard of one odd couple (two straight type males), where
the one never reciprocated even with a kiss, but allowed the other to
"service him" orally for thirty years. I couldn't grasp it; but they were quite happy and loyal. Intimacy levels between any two people would
thus seem to be something really unique -- to be worked out; though
I was looking for a more regular/common resolution.

In reply to an earlier post on Dec 20, 2012 8:19:51 PM PST
c---kuta says:
you heard of a straight male male couple that had sex with each other? that is very odd. most would say they were gay.

anyway, i would say to each his own. everyone looks for different things with sex and enjoyment as you pointed out. i can say if its about lust, lust is lust. when you are hungry most food will satisfy. no it wont be the best meal ever each time but the need will be filled. if the lust is real, feeding it whichever way you can will lead to enjoyment.

once again, enjoyment is measured differently for everyone.

In reply to an earlier post on Dec 20, 2012 9:36:43 PM PST
Rick Henry says:
c-kuta,
Which might mean one has to rethink what "gay" means... the visible
"circus," or those who live quietly in same sex relationships? who never go and parade half naked through the streets, or have a host of blatant friends with boas or bare-assed leather chaps.

Lust is usually not something enough to keep two people together for 30 years, when they could well be free to roam elsewhere.
Lust is... most of the gay world as we "see' it, sex by the numbers; but not all play that game, nor sanction it.

Love also is measured differently.
And I think lasts longer than the weekend.
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