I personally hate the term 'survivor'.
Partly because it isn't strictly accurate - you 'survive' when you come out the the other end - if you are cured, you're a survivor, but how many men with PCa can say that?
Fact is, we're men who live with PCa. Not a nice, neat marketing term, to jolly us along and hide the real connotations of cancer, but that's what we are.
And that's my other other objection. We have cancer. The sooner we learn to accept that, the more chance we have of making the best of things. Once we start dressing it up, and hiding from the C word (cancer), we complicate things for us - and leave a legacy of deceit and cowardice for the next generation to sort out.
I'm not a 'survivor; I probably never will be. I'm living with cancer, with a 50/50 chance that I'll die of it.
Not so hard to say, really ;-)