Your cancer healthcare team focuses on your immediate and long-term care as well as recovery, but what about when you feel ready to step back into the sensual person you used to be? Who will answer your questions about painful penetration? If you are living with or recovering from cancer you will know that the support around reawakening desire and appetite for pleasure is, at best, lacking. The basics are perhaps there, but the advice given will not be tailored to your individual needs. There is nowhere to go for sexuality well-being advice after cancer treatment.
Macmillan London and Sh! wants to change this.
Macmillan London is collecting information about what women living with cancer really want from workshops about sex & pleasure. Macmillan London and Sh! want to know what you want, how you want it, and most importantly, how we can help.
Have your say about the content of these groundbreaking workshops by taking part in an anonymous online survey here: Sex & Cancer Survey
The questions and information shared in the survey will form the workshops to ensure the content is what you want it to be.
The workshops will take place online, so you'll be able to take part without having to leave the comfort and privacy of your home. Taking part in the empowering workshops will give you access to the fun, knowledgeable & friendly sex educators at Sh!, and you'll be able to put your own questions directly to them.
Are these workshops for me?
- If you are a woman living with cancer, in London, these workshops are for you.
- If you are new to self-love, these workshops are for you.
- If you used to enjoy pleasure but have lost your mojo along the way, these workshops are for you.
- If you want some new tips, these workshops are for you.
If you have any questions about the workshops, or if you'd like more information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org