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... LOL, yes that is a good question Wholegrain! I've known gay women to be friends for donkeys years without so much as a notion of anything beyond the platonic friendship that they share. ... (40 replies)
... her friends are. If you can't trust your partner to be around someone of the opposite sex it kind of has to make you wonder why you are with them in the first place. ... (40 replies)
... What about bisexual or homosexual men and women? ... (40 replies)

... time. if both are single i'm pretty sure BOTH of you would have thought about it at least once and one will likely want too will say NO, you can't be platonic friends and hanging out on a one on one basis for an extended period of time and have no feelings develop from at least one of you. ... (40 replies)
... I haven't read all the posts so apologies if I'm repeating. I think men and women can be platonic friends as long as there's no sexually intimate history between them, or rather, that it's much much more likely if they do not have that sort of history. ... (40 replies)
... I've always had guy friends. I never really had female friends. I was always hanging around with guys, and it is possible for a guy and a girl to be platonic friends. ... (40 replies)
... I'm gonna say no to that. Women may be more capable of having only friendly feelings towards a guy.. but all the straight men I know and have known, even if they don't have romantic feelings, would never turn down anything physical if it were to happen. ... (40 replies)
... This is a very difficult question to answer, because there are so many variables. In theory, I'd say it is quite possible for a man and a woman to be platonic friends or simply friends, but you don't find such a combination very frequently. Maybe friends, but very seldom best friends or intimate friends. ... (40 replies)
... I was good friends with a guy for a few years. I was single at the time, but never thought of him in any other way. ... (40 replies)
... To address your question, even before the current situation that I've gotten myself into, I would say NO, men and women, in general, cannot just be platonic friends. ... (40 replies)
... It completely depends on the level of friendship. I have several male platonic friends, particularly those whom I've grown up with that feel more like brothers than "guys. ... (40 replies)
... I have a lot of male friends, and for the most part they are all platonic friends only because I haven't gotten around to sleeping with them yet. No, seriously. There's only so many hours in the day. ... (40 replies)
... Don't get me wrong, I do have male friends myself, but I don't really call them friends. ... (40 replies)
... From my personal experiences, men and women can be JUST friends. However, almost always, one or the other WOULD pursue something. ... (40 replies)
... That's a lovely story which also goes to show that men and women can't just be paltonic friends as one or both of you would eventually want something more. ... (40 replies)
... All the male friends I've ever had, either they or I wanted it to develop into something more. ... (40 replies)
... A soulmate is a beautiful poetical concept, but I for one don't believe a single person can fulfil you completely in all senses, either. ... (12 replies)
May 25, 2009
... were kissing and probably throwing signals you were interested for a few weeks! The only way to deal with this IMO is to lose the friend. If you two were just friends mutually then he would of not kissed you or continued to do so. Why did you kiss him? ... (7 replies)
... However, I do have friends whom cannot make just friends with the opposite sex. It baffles me! ... (40 replies)
... girl" and I have always been drawn to guy friends more than girl friends. It is just how you see the other person I guess. ... (40 replies)

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