So...my love had a bilateral mastectomy, no reconstructive surgery last spring. I had the incredible, holy privilege of emptying her drains, checking on her surgery site until she felt ready to look, and walking alongside her on this journey.
She is the bravest most beautiful and humble woman I have ever known.
We have been together for five years now, the first same-gender relationship for both of us, and the last any-gender relationship for me anyway, as she is the “One" and it was worth the 40+ year wait to find love!
Ah but I go on and on...sorry!
Tomorrow night she believes she will be ready for us to resume love making. We have been cuddling, kissing, making love that way, a little at a time since the surgery but tomorrow she feels ready for more.
I am thrilled! I feel like a teenager! I want to do this right, though. She isn't one to tell me what she wants and likes in words, no way, super shy that way. So I know I will need to pay attention to the non-verbal cues, and I know everyone is different, but, dear brave women who have gone through this, can you give me some “dos" and “don'ts" in so far as your experience?
Love and prayers to all of you!
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