what are platonic relationships?
I am doing a research paper on G.H. Hardy and i saw on a website that he had a few platonic relationships with young men who shared his sensibilities... whats that mean?
A plutonic relationship is when male and female are just friends. There is no sexual tensions in the air nor is there any sexual activity between the two. Yes for those sceptics a plutonic relationship between opposite sex's is possible.
by DJ Chinita 9 years ago
Can men and women have platonic relationships?non-sexual friendships only! me and friends can't agree on the question of strictly platonic relationships. my men-folk say there is no such thing, guys will wait for a sexual opportunity to arise, but I say yes! I have platonic friendships... at least...
by SJ 7 years ago
Can a straight woman and a straight man be friends??I'm always hoping the answer to this question is yes, since I have had, and have straight guy friends...but I've also had drama having guy friends. I had the craziest sex dream about one of my guy friends a couple of weeks ago, and I can't...
by Rae-LeighDawn 4 years ago
What is the difference between romantic love and platonic love?
by Liam Hallam 8 years ago
My best friends is female and to be honest I've never thought about her in another way. However I have many friends who assume we're an item when we're out and cannot understand the principle of having a close friend of the opposite sexWhat do hubbers think of this concept? Do you have platonic...
by mdawson17 9 years ago
In the recent years I have seen more men come out of the closet after being married for more than 5 years. This concerns me becuase I think of the spouse that has dedicated her complete life to him!I have seen children lives tour up and even worse the children involved become very confused.I have...
by mdlawyer 8 years ago
Can we find Platonic love (ideal love) now anywhere?
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