In the vast majority of cross gender friendships, the guy develops feelings for the girl and the girl doesn’t reciprocate?

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  • I think it's a pretty valid statement overall. This is why I can't be friends with guys. Makes me look like the bad one.

    • This is what makes me hesitant to ask female friends out even if if I like them. I don’t want to make it awkward and I don’t want the friendship to change in any way.

    • It's dangerous, for sure. I'm not gonna lie to you. I can't tell you their chances of reciprocating, but I can say that I purposely don't establish friendships with guys. I prefer to just say no and not really hold communication. I'm not trying to hurt the guy. And I don't trust that they won't do it, and honestly I don't trust myself either because I might develop feelings. I have feelings too. But when I started university I met a great guy friend, we had nothing for each other, he was an amazing guy and he'll have a great wife someday, he deserves the best, but we insisted no feelings would get involved, and guess what he told me four years later. So now I don't have that friend because I can't give him what he wants. And we had a great friendship.

    • Plus the fact that I wouldn't want to develop feelings either. I've kind of got myself into a situation with that.

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  • I develop feelings for all my male friends, I just don't act on them ever.

    • So you’d say yes if any of them ask you out, you’d say yes? If so, You’re a rare kind.

    • Yes, but I'm also polyamorous

    • So they don't ask me out, because they wouldn't want to share me

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