It depends, you take the responsibility of safe practices and some are exclusive while some may not be. It's a matter of choice. It's becoming more and more common. Happy to see you to dear take good care of yourself as well.
it depends on your attitudes. if you both are mature enough and confident appart as well as togeather, it works. But if it gets all emotional (Mind games) and the view gets clouded, it can be problematic.
Takes sincer honesty, character and strength of both parties I personaly think. As well as an attraction of course!
In my situation, I find that a lot of men don't want the whole friends with benefits thing. To them it is all or nothing. I would suspect in the hetro world, there is probably a thin line when it comes to someone being a f-buddy.
Most men are ok with sleeping with you once or twice to see how it goes, and, that person would more than likely end up being considered just a fling. And, more than likely, they weill either avoid you all together, or give you the lets just be friends speach and never have sex with you again, but, will say hello or hang out with you at your request, but, will not be the one to ask.
I have tried the benefits thing, but, then I started truly falling for him, and I wanted to see him more and more. But, He made it clear to me that I was just a f-buddy, and it would never be any more than that, and once it wasn't a mutual thing, our buddy status ended, and I got the lets be friends speach.
I really don't think the minds of straight men and gay men are that different. We all enjoy sex about the same, and our views about who we are going to love, how, and why, are only different by whom we are having sex with.
But, I do think that gay men would admit to having f-buddies more than a straight man would. As, I think a straight man would do more damage to his reputation with Women, if he admitted to having friends that are also sex partners.
I think the question you should ask yourself, is how would you feel about dating a man, if you knew he had several female f-buddies? As some gay men have a lot of F-buddies! It's true.
I have always thought that "friends with benefits" thing was a farce. I see no benefit for either "friend." a real friend would not use another for sex..they are fooling themselves thinking it's just physical.. JMHO
Hi, I think it's possible as I have know some who do that, but then what happens in the future, when you do want to stay with just one man, that you fall for.
If he knows that a women has been doing this, will he be more inclined to stay with her knowing that she has so easily been able to participate in this kinda of promiscuity. I would think he would wonder if she would begin to think of him in the same manner.
As the question is geared toward the man answering, I guess I can only assume what my F Buddy thinks. He's not complained, gets lots of benefits, has no responsibilities around the house and keeps coming back!
its okay if all your looking for is sex, and your not into any kind of serious relationship. for me though, i wouldn't want any part of it. sure, it would be a lot of fun at first but if your looking for something serious, then no it's not a good idea at all. Im not into that sort of thing, as friends with benefits sounds too complicated and not worth the risk if you ask me. besides, i don't like sharing girls that i like with anybody; especially other men, as that would just straight up piss me off. lol. just saying. lol.
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