Segan Posted August 9, 2008 Share Posted August 9, 2008 So many girls I know refuse to accept that the guys they meet think of them more as potential sexual partners than "friends." One example: My cousin always has tons of guys who want to "hang out," but as soon as she gets a boyfriend, 99% of them vanish, and many never call her again. I explain why: they were not really friends, they just wanted to have sex with her. I will add that a guy can behave like "just a friend" easily, but deep down, most of these "friends" want to have sex with their girl-buddy -- or would at least seriously consider having sex with her assuming that 1) he cannot do "better" and 2) she would be willing. What does everyone think about this, and why are girls so unwilling to accept this as a fact? Note: I admit that this theory starts to break down after the age of 25 for a variety of reasons. 1) Both men and women are more mature about sex and what they "want" 2) More people are married 3) People are less desperate about getting laid (slightly less desperate) 4) women finally start to understand this more I have seen this all explained in more detail here: link removed link removed Link to comment
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