I think the best friend of course for gay woman. Women have more understanding than men. Since women can discuss their problems, they will support and help. Of course, it all depends on the man, his character, beliefs and upbringing, but I believe that women are still close proyavlyannya emotions, feelings. Men in this matter more stingy with emotions and tough. They are crying shame, weakness. We are both from different worlds.
There is different friendship_))))
Friendship for friendship. This kind of pseudo friendship could not be found often. The peculiarity of it is that we satisfy their desire to be useful to someone. We are all afraid of loneliness, and often, in order to avoid resorting to this kind of pseudo friendship.Friendship for mutual assistance . Also not a rare kind of pseudo-friendship. But very short-lived. To last as long as there is profit. There is no use of this friendship, she abruptly stops
Friendship. Usually this type of friendship may prove to be the beginning of a real, but often stops on common interests. Men interested in discussing a new car, how the particular device, etc. But in fact about a real friendship to speak in this case.
It is an endless debate. Is it possible to be friends with someone you are potentially attracted to? There is no simple answer. Do you put aside your attraction to be friends? Do you just forget about it? But then, what happens the day it all comes flooding back to you unexpectedly? I used to think this kind of friendship was possible. There is no relationship that seems more genuine and tender than this one. From the outside they look like a couple – laughing together, smiling at each other, unable to be apart for too long. Asking for each other’s opinion before doing anything. Taking care of each other, being there when life is fun and when it’s less fun. Telling each other absolutely everything.
If a man calls someone his friend, his buddy, his pal, he is usually there for him for life. Men value friendships and live by the fact that a friend in need is a friend indeed. Always trust a man to save his friend’s ass in times of need. rNow this is not to mean that women don’t value friendship. Of course, they do. In a country like India, where women are often under tremendous social pressure, the lack of commitment in friendship is often a by-product of her familial commitment and other social constraints. But all in all, men are more willing to go that extra mile for their friends.
I have had a good number of male friends over the years with whom I have lovely platonic relationships. I value my time with them and our conversations are completely different to those I have with my boy friends. It helps to give balance and perspective to have friends of both sexes
...but I will admit, that I'm sure if the circumstances were right, the majority of my male friends would be receptive to 'more'. It's human nature! Men are sexually opportunistic creatures and I think many would put getting laid/friends with benefits, in front of being just friends.
Many people suggest that men cannot have friends who are women, because they cannot trust them as they do to men, but why then they do families and create such a thing as reliable relationship? I have many friends women and i see nothing wrong with it. So if you want to have friends, act.
As for me I think it is up to the individual, though I must say that I have had more female friends than male ones up until quite recently in my life. Now it is pretty much balanced.In my counry there are many different influences and cultures inter-mixed, so I have friends from many different racial groups. I seem to get lots of girls wanting to be friends with me, and my motivatuion is not to get laid anymore than theirs is. They know that when I am in a relationship with someone, or even when I am not, I am not about to create any tension.
As for me, it doesn't matter at all. You may have straight women friends, and consider them as best ones, and you may communicate just with LGBT society, I mean with only gays, lesbians. It is not so important for a strong and genuine friendship. Most of my friends are straight ones.
My opinion on this one is simple-gay men are the best friends of mine.They true,sincere,open (well,most of them) and I love them all so much.I'm not being racist here-all people can be wonderful friends to each other,I've got a whole lot of women I proudly can call friends.And I know that they will stay with me through everything,no matter what,good or bad.I don't have many real friends-you just can't have too many.There are girls among them,but,in the end,most of them are gay,just like me.And you know,it's fine with me-we should stick together. ;)
As for me I have had a good number of male friends over the years with whom I have lovely platonic relationships. I value my time with them and our conversations are completely different to those I have with my boy friends. It helps to give balance and perspective to have friends of both sexes but I will admit, that I'm sure if the circumstances were right, the majority of my male friends would be receptive to 'more'. It's human nature. Men are sexually opportunistic creatures and I think many would put getting laid/friends with benefits, in front of being just friends.
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