I wouldn't say their friendship is better than males, vice versa - However, Female's tend to look at things from a different perspective to males, which is good for you.
I don't think you can make that kind of comparison with so many varying factors.
Ya, Females acting of looking like a caring person are much better than males.
of course gender does not make any difference but still have to answer under reservation abt gender...
a female is a better friend for man...not because she is a female but "she understand better to a man..."
I have two best friends - one is female and one is male. They are both great. They both have they're advantages and disadvantages.
I have both male and female friends, and couldn't possibly draw any comparisons. They are all individuals, and not one is 'typical male' or 'typical female'. I'm pretty sure you can't judge friends by gender.
I both have male and female friends. Both have in common and differences. We cannot compare the friendship offered by a guy and a pal. We both need their friendship for us to grow and learn things that we need to. They both help us build our personality so no need to compare.
Don't think gender matters. A best friend can be either. My best friend is a woman and I treasure her. We have gone through many things together, good and bad, and if I am ever in trouble, I know that she would be there in an instant!
In friendship it's not the gender that matters. I have female friends as well as male friends and I value all their friendships. In their own special/distinct and different ways they have become my friends and have remained as friends because they are true friends and not because of their gender. I have noticed that men and women see things or situations differently and so they may also give you different advices or give you another point of view.
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