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Mwai Kinyua
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Is it possible for a lady to have a boy-friend without sexual benefits?

These days it has become so hard to trust our partners. One day they tell you “He is just a friend” Next day they go partying together. The other day you get them in the act. Is it possible for a lady to have a boy-friend without sexual benefits?

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  1. Yes, it's true some women choose to date without sex with their own personal reasons.

    Yes, it’s true some women choose to date without sex with their own personal reasons.

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4 Her Answers

  1. Yes, it's true some women choose to date without sex with their own personal reasons.

    Yes, it’s true some women choose to date without sex with their own personal reasons.

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  2. Well people have different perspectives about relationships. Others maybe asexual while others,sex is a must as it creates strong bond between two people . Sex create ties and some people tend to be emotionally attached the more they engage in that act.

    Well people have different perspectives about relationships. Others maybe asexual while others,sex is a must as it creates strong bond between two people .
    Sex create ties and some people tend to be emotionally attached the more they engage in that act.

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  3. It's hardly possible in the current society. People have made relationships revolve around sex

    It’s hardly possible in the current society. People have made relationships revolve around sex

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  4. it is so much possible. For as long as there are boundaries in opposite gender friendships, there can always be genuine friends among boys and girls, no benefits.

    it is so much possible. For as long as there are boundaries in opposite gender friendships, there can always be genuine friends among boys and girls, no benefits.

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3 Him Answers

  1. Everyone’s different, and what’s important for some may not be at all important for others. It ultimately depends on your personal beliefs, physical desires, and the nature of your relationship.For other people, sex is an important part of romantic relationships. Many people want to have a sexual coRead more

    Everyone’s different, and what’s important for some may not be at all important for others.

    It ultimately depends on your personal beliefs, physical desires, and the nature of your relationship.For other people, sex is an important part of romantic relationships. Many people want to have a sexual connection with their romantic partner.

    Sexuality exists on a spectrum. Asexual people experience little-to-no sexual attraction (and usually don’t have sex, though each person is different), while allosexual people do experience sexual attraction.

    Because there’s such a variety in our feelings about sex and our capacities for sexual attraction, we all have different approaches to sex — but no approach is wrong.

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  2. It actually is possible..as long they mutually agree to set boundaries and standards in their friendship...those who end up 'sexually benefiting' are actually victims of their own lust and desires

    It actually is possible..as long they mutually agree to set boundaries and standards in their friendship…those who end up ‘sexually benefiting’ are actually victims of their own lust and desires

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  3. it is possible as long as the communication about this is clear and one person is not stringing the other along.

    it is possible as long as the communication about this is clear and one person is not stringing the other along.

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  1. I say ‘sexual benefits’ already says a lot about what most people think of sex … For me sex is not a benefit. Sex is sex. A friendship/relationship of whatever sort is defined by the 2 people in it and it does not become lesser/greater because of sex/lack thereof. Why most relationships collapse isRead more

    I say ‘sexual benefits’ already says a lot about what most people think of sex …
    For me sex is not a benefit. Sex is sex. A friendship/relationship of whatever sort is defined by the 2 people in it and it does not become lesser/greater because of sex/lack thereof.

    Why most relationships collapse is because most people think sex is ‘an offer’ you give the other person (esp. women) & ‘a gift/reward/conquest’ you get (esp. men).
    In my view, sex is should be a mutual communion between whoever engages in it and this goes beyond the physical, emotional & psychological – it is (should be) an essential (pertaining to ‘essence’/soul) climax of expression of love between 2 human beings. Anything short of this is but a cheap transient lustful anticlimax rife for failure as are most relationships today.

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