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I still enjoy those things, just in a different way and they still look the same, but they are not. Or do I allow the illusion? These are the questions that riddled my mind before I made the decision to get back out there. The possibilities daunting and at times depressing. Could I handle that kind of rejection? Now I can share the reality of what happened. My faith in the humanity of man restored. Not one single encounter I had in the five years of being single after cancer bothered the men I was intimate with. All the tears I shed, all the anxiety I felt, all the care I took to make the rest of my body as good as it could be mattered.

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