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The proposed "chilling effect" did pointed out the article mainly focused on the FWB issue in a interpersonal level and few information was provided in a broader social context. When he arrived, I proceeded to administer a severe beating to him. She claimed she hadn't had any contact with him other than casual talk for several months before her & I got together. During the next 2 years, she has introduced me to many of her friends. I have good reason to believe she has had intimate relation with some of them as she was single for 15 years prior to me and given her heightened sexual drive, she won't go without.

well, drawing examples from individual experiences might not necessarily negate the potential effects FWBs could have on future partners. Thinking I was her, as I was answering her text messages (at her request), I invited him over.

So if you currently have a friend (or two) with benefits, or consider turning a friend (or two) into friends with benefits, don’t worry too much about the friendship: If your non-sexual relationship is strong to begin with, adding a sexual component to the mix is unlikely to change that. You seem to have a poor understanding of sex, STDs, and a normal sex life.

And if your friendship cannot survive some physical intimacy that ends eventually, chances are, it wasn't a friendship worth keeping anyway. doi:10.1007/s10508-013-0189-7 Owen, J., Fincham, F. When I was in college and having a few sexual partners a year, everyone was getting tested regularly during their physicals and using condoms, the risk of STD transmission was very minor.

It seems more what you are touching on is there could be jealousy issues or mutual friends may pass judgement, and guess what, that happens in every social group regardless of whom has slept with whom. Because they are decent, hardworking, responsible people whom I value and respect.

Part of becoming an adult is not worrying about what your friends think and finding friends that love you for who you are with all of your baggage, instead of constantly judging you. I have remained friends with several of my past boyfriends. We are all in our 50's and 60's now (and yes, I am married and these romances turned friends go back years before I met my current husband and I don't hide them from my husband).