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  • Yes, you should. He's just biding his time, hoping to catch you in a weak moment, when you want some comfort, and will give in. And plenty of guys will wait YEARS for that moment. There's really no such thing as a remotely attractive woman being "just friends" with a man who is single, because the vast majority of single men are incapable of being "just friends" with an attractive woman. It's not her failing, it is his - men weren't built to be "just friends."

    But by TRYING to be "just friends", you are in a relationship that's really a lie, and where in rare cases some really bad things could happen.

Most Helpful Guy

  • Both of you are on the same level. Neither of you are doing yourself or the other any favors. He isn't going to stop wanting to hump you because you don't want to. You aren't going to suddenly get attracted to him as more than friends unless it's a one time thing, which I don't get the effort of from the guy's end personally.

    Unless you want to start every time you hang out with a friendly hand job to bridge the divide, yeah, it'll likely only get more awkward as time goes on, or both of you wind up settling.

    Which honestly is what both of you are hoping for, that he'll settle for the friendship without sex, and for him that you'll settle for him though you aren't excited by him.

Most Helpful Girl

  • but why cut off? If you are friends isn't it enough to tell him you are not interested in sex with him?

    • Yeah knows I don’t want to have sex

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  • Friends don’t fuck friends

  • I probably would do so, but that's just me. After all, I'm heterosexual.

    • Do you think one day he wouldn’t want sex? And just a regular friendship.

    • It's possible. Do you have interests in common? Does he enjoy chatting with you?

    • When we talk about normal stuff he’ll say the conversation getting boring then mention sex stuff

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  • Yes. You should. It’s one thing for him to propose a friends with benefits situation but another thing entirely to pressure you. This is disrespectful and leads me to believe he’s only friends in order to stay in proximity so he can (he hopes) have sex with you sooner or later.

  • Yes as friends respect the fact they are friends. He needs to accept the choice are being friends and no sex stuff or find a new friend.

  • Depends on what you want.

    • A friendship

    • Then tell him that you aren't looking for a sexual partner, or that you are but he's not it.

  • If you want something better, yes.

  • If he only wants sex, he’s not your friend.

  • If you are into being or like being used then go for it. If not then cut him off and out of your life.

  • Kind've just obvious answer that you already know the answer to.

  • Probably. Someone who keeps you around simply because they want to have sex with you isn't a friend.

    Unless you are open to the idea of having sex with him, I doubt you would ever get much fulfillment from that friendship.

  • Unless you want only sex too

  • If you don't want it too, cut him off.

  • Yes. If you feel like you're being used, guess what? You are!

  • Do you want to be sexual also with him at times?

    • Nope

    • Then it’s best not to talk to him

  • Unless you want the same thing, which I will safely assume you don't, I would totally

  • Well if he is a friends with benefits no cause that’s what a friends with benefits is just sex. If you want more than sex then you probably want him as a boyfriend instead just a friend.

  • I honestly don’t understand these questions if you care about it than yes

  • That isn't a friend

  • Well, he is making it clear he wants more than "friendship". You can't fault him for that.

    • He said he only wants a friendship

  • Only if that isn’t what you are expecting from the relationship. As long as you keep providing the sex. He will keep cumming back for more!

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