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Why do people want to be friends with benefits?

Why do people want to be friends with benefits and not be in a relationship. Does it mean they don't really love each other?

Most Helpful Opinion

  • People want to be friends with benefits for different reasons. It might be that they just want regular sex with someone that they feel comfortable with but aren't interested in that person romantically, or it might be that they do like the person in a romantic way, but for some reason a relationship might not be practical at the moment. You can love someone that you have a friends with benefits relationship with, but usually people get into a friends with benefits relationship when they aren't interested in a romantic relationship with that person.

What Guys Said 5

  • It means they use each other for sex, and later on when each of them meet someone special they'll avoid each other like the plague. It's all about shame.

  • Cheaper than a hooker

  • Because people like sex, and when you're horny, you don't want to dance around all the dating game bullsh*t.

  • cause friends with benefits means you can hav sex but also hav the freedom to see/f*** other ppl

  • Funsies. G'day mate.

What Girls Said 5

  • Its easier to be friends with benefits than it is to be in a relationship. It has no commitment or emotional attachment, often things that break a relationship. Its just straight forward physical.

    • Right on.

  • Because sometimes people just want to f*** without any emotional attachment.

  • sex. they want the physical release without the emotional ones

  • People want to be friends with benefits because they want sex without the complication of a relationship. It makes things easier for guys/girls to get out of a situation because they aren't a couple. And it allows you freedom to date/ have sex with as many people at the same time.And some people become FWB thinking they can turn their love interest into their bf/gf. Or change a person. Anyways, Don't do it if you can't handle the consequences.

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