Men have a clear line between friend and lover and they almost never cross. Women however see friends and lovers as being "equals." True or false?

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Men have a clear line between friend and lover and they almost never cross. Women however see friends and lovers as being equals. True or false?
Men have a clear line between friend and lover and they almost never cross. Women however see friends and lovers as being equals. True or false?
Kind of a part 2 to this question.

We were discussing why men hate being Friendzoned, and why some women don't understand why men hate being Friendzoned and why it IS a "consolation prize." Here is everything that I said before in the other question:

"[A friendship] has to be organic. Men and women see friendships/relationships differently. Most men will separate friendships and relationships. Men will have their guy friends social circle, and their one woman who they date/marry at home.

Most men won't want friendships with women]because chances are very high that nothing will eventually "develop," and his feelings of infatuation won't just 'go away.' IF he has a female friend, he won't EVER try to ask her out or turn her into a girlfriend. Men do not ever cross that line. While women sometimes do sometimes turn friends into lovers.

Men don't want to "just be friends" with women they romantically like. Not now, not EVER. Men who say otherwise are just simps and orbiters who can't admit it. But they are. Men will usually equate being a partner as much higher status than a 'friend,' with a 'friend' being low-value, easily replaceable, and ultimately meaningless in that person (the woman's) life.

So if a woman rejects a man's romantic advances and asks to 'just be friends,' to some of those men, that means she just told that man that she thinks of him as inferior or unworthy of her. This is also why SOME men lash out and get angry. Those issues are all on them though, not the woman."


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TRUE: Most men keep friends and lovers separate, where as women usually don't.
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FALSE: Women also tend to usually keep friends and lovers in separate social circles.
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FALSE: Men often times end up dating their female friends and prefer friendships before dating, as well.
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