Someone said I ought to cover myself and have a disclaimer. Apparently they’re all the rage these days (life used to be so simple), so here goes:
Nothing in my blog should be construed as advice, neither medical nor any other sort of advice. If you want medical advice please ask your medical team or you might find what you’re looking for on sites such as Macmillan Cancer Support or Cancer Research UK or any number of other similar sites around the world. I’m not recommending any, though (jeez, these disclaimers can be tricky).
Cancer, especially the sort I have, can impact on sex, sexuality and sexual function. I’ve covered these issues in my blog and don’t hold back (although I don’t remember ever posting pictures). If you’re offended by such things then please find a site that skirts round the issues, because I don’t.
Nothing in my blog is meant to criticise or malign any individual or organisation or company or anything. It’s just me writing. If I’ve pee’ed off anyone or anything it was totally unintentional and I apologise unreservedly, although please don’t take my apology as an admission of guilt or liability – I’m just trying to be nice and keep things simple so I can sleep at night. I’ve got enough problems and don’t need any more.
If anybody posts a comment to one of my posts, that’s their comment, not mine. Unless it’s blatantly sexist, racist, homophobic, transphobic, any other sort of phobic, ageist or breaks the law with its content I won’t censor it, amend it or delete it. If you see a comment that you think falls into the sexist, racist, homophobic, transphobic, any other sort of phobic, ageist or breaks the law with its content bracket and I’ve missed it, please let me know and I’ll sort it as soon as I can. I’ll do that not because I have to but because I don’t like that sort of stuff.
I hope I’ve covered everything without offending anyone.