That just made me think something totally inappropriate...Is that an ostomy in your pocket...?
haha, I was thinking the same thing when I went to post that, which is why i thought i'd specify that the stoma wasn't in my pants! hahaha
How do you handle the whole dancing thing?
Hi Rosemary! Um well I haven't actually danced since my operation. I only really ever dance when I've been drinking at parties and night clubs. I haven't been out into town to any clubs since my operation and haven't been to any parties since either (well, none that had people dancing anyway). So I don't really know about
how it will affect my dancing yet.
I'm currently waiting for this black elastic waist band thing in the mail which I'll most definitely wear to keep my bag from showing when I dance (and well, all the time as i can see the outline of my bag through some of my shirts if i dont wear a tight singlet underneath). A lot of the photo's of me dancing at parties show me with my arms up and my shirt up showing a fair bit of skin. So I'm definitely going to have to wear a band when I go out dancing as everyone will see my bag when I do.
I just wondered from a guy's point-of-view, if you really loved a girl and connected with heart and soul, is there a guy out there that would settle for hugging, kissing, dancing and emotional intimacy.
Short answer: Yes!
Now for the story...
It is very likely that a close friend of mine cannot have children. She's told me that she frequently worries about
rejection because of this. Just last week I told her that while I would like to have children, I'd prefer to be with the girl that I love and not have children then be with someone else and have them. Your question made me think of that. While they are quite different circumstances, my reaction to both situations would be the same:
I would prefer to be with the girl I love and not be physically intimate with her then be physically intimate with someone else. As long as I'm with her, the girl I love, that's all that matters.
I really hope that helps with your question! and thank you for the compliments!
Male, 22, diagnosed with Crohn's at 13.
, Humira injections.
On and off Prednisone for years.
I pop Loperamide (aka Gastro-Stop) like candy!
one, two, three, four colonoscopies.
Getting a (permanent) bag in February!
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