The Elephant in the Room is Cancer. Tea is the Relief Conversation Provides.


Sexuality, wellness and fertility are topics that aren’t talked about enough but are extremely important to the AYA cancer community. Check out stories and experiences that can help educate you on what to expect with sexual health, fertility and wellness. Have an experience or story that you’d like to share with the community?  Let us know about it!

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Rethinking Body Image: Remember To Love Yourself

by Clarissa Schilstra October 26, 2018

When I first started going on dates and had my first relationship (which wasn’t until sophomore year of college), I was incredibly nervous. Not only was I late in the game compared to many of my peers, but I was also incredibly self-conscious. Sure, I had the same questions running through my head that most girls consider – does he really like me, does he think I’m pretty, will he ask me out again?


5 Tips For Navigating Sex And Intimacy After Cancer

by Natalie Hatjes

There are many physical and emotional changes after cancer that can affect sex and intimacy. Read more on ways to cope with and embrace this new normal in your bedroom.  This post is for the ladies out there! They are the words no one wants to hear: “You have cancer.”


Let’s Talk About Sex

by Mallory Casperson

This post is brought to us by Jennifer!  If you missed her interview with Lacuna Loft, you can find it here!  You can find all of her posts here. “Let’s talk about sex, baby. Let’s talk about you and me.”


Have You Heard Of Chemo Dates?

by Mallory Casperson

Having young adult cancer can definitely put a crimp in your dating life.  If you thought dating as a young adult was hard, add in loss of hair, other body changes, fatigue, and everything else cancer brings into the mix and you’ve got an emotionally complicated situation.  Everyone deals with this in a different way.