Dating and sex
First, there's no fault to be leveled at anyone who didn't think to check the sex offender registry before grabbing drinks.Second, not everyone with a criminal record deserves a stain forever -- people and the lives they lead are messy and complicated.After a couple days chatting with a brown-haired, square-jawed guy on a dating app, I did what I always do when a match seems mildly promising: I Googled him.Based on personal details he'd mentioned, I found his full name and, ultimately, a local news article chronicling his second arrest -- this one after being found drunk, naked and disoriented in a public area one night two years back.This printable guide helps start the discussion about fertility preservation, introduces the risks of infertility from cancer and its treatment, and provides questions to ask the health care team.Order printed copies of this fact sheet from the ASCO Store.Alternatively, you may feel dishonest or insincere withholding this information.If so, consider sharing before a relationship becomes serious.
Before getting into strategy, there are a few things to note.Match Group strongly refuted the report in a statement, saying it's "inaccurate, disingenuous and mischaracterizes Match Group safety policies as well as our conversations with Pro Publica." The company said it spends millions of dollars annually to prevent, monitor and remove "bad actors," including registered sex offenders, from its apps."As technology evolves, we will continue to aggressively deploy new tools to eradicate bad actors, including users of our free products like Tinder, Plenty of Fish and Ok Cupid where we are not able to obtain sufficient and reliable information to make meaningful background checks possible," Match Group said.Single adults may experience physical and emotional changes during and after cancer treatment. Concerns about dating and sexual intimacy after cancer treatment are common.But do not let fear keep you from pursuing relationships.