Traits of fwb

Why do some women go in the fwb for you and others for dating and relationships? Which qualities or lack thereof do these fwb women posses? Or is it something about how she makes you feel?
starlordJuly 11, 2018 8:43pm
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  • Posted by VenusAquarius
    Posted by starlord
    Posted by Arielle83
    Posted by starlord
    Posted by Arielle83
    Certain men fall into fwb category for me:

    1) easy lay, not a lot of effort to mate
    2) comes on too strong, but dick game is good
    3) lack of common interests, but dick game is good
    4) I’m too busy for a relationship; therefore, context of time and energy to put in
    5) if they’re hot and sexual, but dumb

    Men for relationships:

    1) if they market themselves for their intelligence rather than sex appeal. Harder to mate with = higher quality
    2) takes time to get to know. Interest grows
    3) common interests, mental connection
    4) if I’m ready to put effort into a relationship or I feel everything is secure in my life and can give to another.
    5) if they’re attractive and intelligent and able to evolve.

    I’m sure it’s similar for men.

    How you market yourself as sex versus high quality.

    The side note is, not everyone wants s relationship or the timing isn’t right. Then a sexual release is all ppl might be after


    What does it say about me then, that I aways exclusively am attracted to guys, that see me as FWB? Even the guy, who other people view as super nice and shy and sensitive, which is all part of why I liked him, but changes when with me and becomes cold and aloof and just wants to bang as friends. It's like I even ruin the good guys.


    I don’t know you. You tell me. What are you doing?

    Your post comes off a bit needy and “woe is me”. Are u not assertive and presenting boundaries? Are u using sex to get a relationship? Because it doesn’t work like that. Men will seek sex before any relationship. Do U want relationships with these guys or are u being desperate for any relationship?

    Why is this guy right for u to be in a relationship? Ask itself that?

    There’s nothing wrong with having sex.


    I probably am a bit needy. Never experienced love, so....
    Last time I had sex snd after was unsure if I wanted to be with the guy. Incompatible. But he had already decided, that we should only be FWB. It's like they decide it straight after or right before sex, and to me sex is part of getting to know the other person, 'cause maybe you are not compatible. But then we have the sex and I'm fwb.


    Umph, that don't bode well. Sounds like a physical problem or issue of some kind... knowatimean?
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    No I don't actually? 😄Physical problem or issue for me? Or for them?
  • VenusAquarius
    Venus dominant Aries... how dat happen?!? 44 years young
    Posted by starlord
    Posted by Arielle83
    Posted by starlord
    Posted by Arielle83
    Certain men fall into fwb category for me:

    1) easy lay, not a lot of effort to mate
    2) comes on too strong, but dick game is good
    3) lack of common interests, but dick game is good
    4) I’m too busy for a relationship; therefore, context of time and energy to put in
    5) if they’re hot and sexual, but dumb

    Men for relationships:

    1) if they market themselves for their intelligence rather than sex appeal. Harder to mate with = higher quality
    2) takes time to get to know. Interest grows
    3) common interests, mental connection
    4) if I’m ready to put effort into a relationship or I feel everything is secure in my life and can give to another.
    5) if they’re attractive and intelligent and able to evolve.

    I’m sure it’s similar for men.

    How you market yourself as sex versus high quality.

    The side note is, not everyone wants s relationship or the timing isn’t right. Then a sexual release is all ppl might be after


    What does it say about me then, that I aways exclusively am attracted to guys, that see me as FWB? Even the guy, who other people view as super nice and shy and sensitive, which is all part of why I liked him, but changes when with me and becomes cold and aloof and just wants to bang as friends. It's like I even ruin the good guys.


    I don’t know you. You tell me. What are you doing?

    Your post comes off a bit needy and “woe is me”. Are u not assertive and presenting boundaries? Are u using sex to get a relationship? Because it doesn’t work like that. Men will seek sex before any relationship. Do U want relationships with these guys or are u being desperate for any relationship?

    Why is this guy right for u to be in a relationship? Ask itself that?

    There’s nothing wrong with having sex.


    I probably am a bit needy. Never experienced love, so....
    Last time I had sex snd after was unsure if I wanted to be with the guy. Incompatible. But he had already decided, that we should only be FWB. It's like they decide it straight after or right before sex, and to me sex is part of getting to know the other person, 'cause maybe you are not compatible. But then we have the sex and I'm fwb.
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    Umph, that don't bode well. Sounds like a physical problem or issue of some kind... knowatimean?
  • Posted by nikkistar
    Posted by starlord
    Posted by Arielle83
    Posted by starlord
    Posted by Arielle83
    Certain men fall into fwb category for me:

    1) easy lay, not a lot of effort to mate
    2) comes on too strong, but dick game is good
    3) lack of common interests, but dick game is good
    4) I’m too busy for a relationship; therefore, context of time and energy to put in
    5) if they’re hot and sexual, but dumb

    Men for relationships:

    1) if they market themselves for their intelligence rather than sex appeal. Harder to mate with = higher quality
    2) takes time to get to know. Interest grows
    3) common interests, mental connection
    4) if I’m ready to put effort into a relationship or I feel everything is secure in my life and can give to another.
    5) if they’re attractive and intelligent and able to evolve.

    I’m sure it’s similar for men.

    How you market yourself as sex versus high quality.

    The side note is, not everyone wants s relationship or the timing isn’t right. Then a sexual release is all ppl might be after


    What does it say about me then, that I aways exclusively am attracted to guys, that see me as FWB? Even the guy, who other people view as super nice and shy and sensitive, which is all part of why I liked him, but changes when with me and becomes cold and aloof and just wants to bang as friends. It's like I even ruin the good guys.


    I don’t know you. You tell me. What are you doing?

    Your post comes off a bit needy and “woe is me”. Are u not assertive and presenting boundaries? Are u using sex to get a relationship? Because it doesn’t work like that. Men will seek sex before any relationship. Do U want relationships with these guys or are u being desperate for any relationship?

    Why is this guy right for u to be in a relationship? Ask itself that?

    There’s nothing wrong with having sex.


    I probably am a bit needy. Never experienced love, so....
    Last time I had sex snd after was unsure if I wanted to be with the guy. Incompatible. But he had already decided, that we should only be FWB. It's like they decide it straight after or right before sex, and to me sex is part of getting to know the other person, 'cause maybe you are not compatible. But then we have the sex and I'm fwb.


    So why are you letting his decision affect you, when you were undecided first?

    I wish you were capable of separating emotions from sex, you would be better off if you could.
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    I wish that too. Truly! My life would be so much better. I can flirt and kiss without any emotion, so should stick to that more. And have one nights stands also. But now knowing somebody for so long, then have sex and then to be rejected!! And it effects me so much, because it's the same story over and over. Not once was there one who wanted to be with me and then hey, it didn't work out.
  • Sagicorn
    ☀️♐🌙♈♀️♐♂️♏🌄♓
    female
    Posted by starlord
    Posted by Sagicorn
    Posted by starlord
    Posted by Sagicorn
    It's up to you, you choose what you'll be to them. They can't force you, if you're looking for a relationship then look for it, don't let yourself be treated any other way then. If that's not what they want then oh well, moving on to next.


    True. It gets difficult though, when the guys sorta lie though and then show their true colors after sex.

    Again, not complicated too much. Date only, withhold sex for a while, get to know each other. How long aprox. do you make dating last before sex happens?


    I have never dated. Guys don't ask me out, so I've done some hooking up right away. But lots of people I know have actually met their partners like this. No lie.
    Then I knew a guy aa a friend for like 5 months, we had sex, and he got cold after, probably to show me, he was not interested. And I am not even sure I would want to be with him, but didn't even get the chance to find out.
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    That's the first mistake - don't jump right into it. That's basically giving them a green light to put you in the fwb category. It's a lot harder to find a guy to date than a guy to f... but patience is the key to everything. If you expect fwb will turn into relationship you're having wrong expectations. It happens very very rarely. I slept with my bf on 2nd date but you have no idea how rare that is that people are on the same wave length and that something like that turns into real relationship. Every other guy I was in a relationship was dating for a while then sex...we got to know each other first before we jumped into bed. And it's not so much of them actually. Total of 4 relationships including my current one but it doesn't matter. It was a good selection of guys so now I can confidently say I have no regrets on how and what I did.
  • Posted by nikkistar
    Posted by starlord
    Posted by nikkistar
    Posted by starlord
    Posted by nikkistar
    Posted by starlord
    Posted by nikkistar
    Posted by starlord
    Posted by nikkistar
    Can you clarify the question for me?

    Are you asking what makes men chose to relegate certain women to FWB treatment, versus other women into relationship treatment?


    Yes😊


    I cannot speak for the male populace, but can only offer a theory based off of my own actions.

    Commitment is something I do not broach lightly. For me to commit to someone fully, there have to be extenuating things that allow for me to view you as a potential long term partner. If you do not have those traits, I may entertain you, so to speak, but you will be categorized as someone I don't see a future with, and really, you're just "fun". Someone I wouldn't really care about losing communication with, regardless of how you feel towards me. Those traits that I require in someone that I view as potential to date, will be different from my opposing gender. But I would probably guess that they are not too far off from my own wants.

    1. What they bring into the relationship?
    2. Do their future wants align with my own?
    3. Would they have a positive impact to me life?
    4. Would I have a positive impact in their lives?

    Those simple initial questions are what I usually use to determine if they quantify as dating material, and not "fun".

    Now men, though also emotional, I find to also be at times more cerebral. I think the problem with women that are relegated to FWB status, are often times delusional about themselves. They often demand the man to be "top" of every list, while not expecting the same from themselves for the man. Some place far too much value in sexual favors, and often times think that trading that commodity equates to receiving a winning lottery ticket and that men should be grateful for the sex.

    If you have nothing else to really offer a potential partner, other than what is between your legs (man or woman), then what is the point of wanting to date you? We, both men and women, can get that from anywhere else, besides you as well. You have to offer more than that. There is far too much competition in this world, so you have to show that you are an asset to them, just as they would be an asset to you as well.


    Good things in here.
    I do find it very difficult though to try and prove myself as an asset to someone, who has already claimed we are just FWB. And I know now, that you should just say goodbye to these guys, and not try and prove anything. But all I ever get it seems is hit with the FWB, so wondering if I just have to learn to work my way around it.

    The whole sex thing ruins it for me. Men can never give me an orgasm, so sex with men always feel like I'm doing them a favour, that I'm never getting back. I am trying to change this way of thinking though.


    First off, stop going into an FWB situation with ulterior motives. It will never work the way you want it to. I know for myself, I would have relegated the person to "fun" prior to anything sexual. So I'd bet that men have already put you in that category.

    Second, being an asset is knowing what your value is. I value myself, and demand a high caliber partner, because I will only give what I receive. I expect my partner to demand from me, just as I demand of him. It is a privilege to date me, just as it is to date them.

    Last, because I value myself, I will not provide "services" before a "contract" is "written" from any man that I wish to date. It sounds like you use sex and being "good" at it as an asset. Being the best a man has had, isn't really a tangible asset to anyone.

    And because you seem to rely on sex, to open the proverbial dating door, it will never work. You should value yourself so much, that you don't allow just anyone into your body. You aren't emotionally capable of emotionless sex. You just say you do to try and turn the situation out to the outcome you want. It hasn't worked for you, so I'd say stop doing that and take sex off the table completely with them.


    It's just treetrunked, 'cause this way I will never have sex again. Or should have had with any of the guys I have had sex with.


    Your response shows me that you value sex too much. It's not about never having sex again, its about only having sex once exclusivity is established.

    This is why you are viewed as a FWB, instead what you want.


    I have a very weird relationship to sex. Guys never make me orgasm, so sex just becomes me doing them a favour. But I love sex and dream of a great sex life with somebody that cares about me for real.
    I tried the "I make myself feel way better than any man, so I'll just keep to myself sexually.". Didn't meet any guys in that period. And I do mean any. It gets a little lonely and socially awkward and just sad to always say: I haven't met anyone interested in me. It's like I'm this horrible person, since nobody really likes me. But I don't think I am.


    I don't think you are a horrible person, I just don't think you have figured out what value you can bring to a relationship and to showcase those attributes as of yet. And because you haven't learned how to showcase the other things, that are more viable to a relationship, you have just stuck with what you know. That's relying on "doing them a favor", because it at least gets you somewhere with them. Never the goal you want, but for a short time you delude yourself into thinking that it will work.

    If you continue to offer sex appeal, and sex from the start, you will always attract the men unworthy of you. And any man, that only wants you as a FWB is not worthy of you. You need to understand that. And for the nice guys that decline and tell you they can't because they are afraid you will "catch" feelings, they are better men then most. They are declining your offer, and at least respecting you enough, and themselves enough, not to take you up on an offer that comes off as not a challenge to do so.
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    I got declined after sex. Feels the same.
    I don't sell myself on sex at all. I mostly go on humour. And I know I will bring certain qualities to a relationship. I try to lead with them, like being there for the other person, being supportive, being honest and upfront. This is why I just don't get it, why sex is all guys think I'm good for. 'Cause that's not how I see myself at all.
  • nikkistar
    My moral compass acts like its in the Bermuda Triangle
    Posted by starlord
    Posted by Arielle83
    Posted by starlord
    Posted by Arielle83
    Certain men fall into fwb category for me:

    1) easy lay, not a lot of effort to mate
    2) comes on too strong, but dick game is good
    3) lack of common interests, but dick game is good
    4) I’m too busy for a relationship; therefore, context of time and energy to put in
    5) if they’re hot and sexual, but dumb

    Men for relationships:

    1) if they market themselves for their intelligence rather than sex appeal. Harder to mate with = higher quality
    2) takes time to get to know. Interest grows
    3) common interests, mental connection
    4) if I’m ready to put effort into a relationship or I feel everything is secure in my life and can give to another.
    5) if they’re attractive and intelligent and able to evolve.

    I’m sure it’s similar for men.

    How you market yourself as sex versus high quality.

    The side note is, not everyone wants s relationship or the timing isn’t right. Then a sexual release is all ppl might be after


    What does it say about me then, that I aways exclusively am attracted to guys, that see me as FWB? Even the guy, who other people view as super nice and shy and sensitive, which is all part of why I liked him, but changes when with me and becomes cold and aloof and just wants to bang as friends. It's like I even ruin the good guys.


    I don’t know you. You tell me. What are you doing?

    Your post comes off a bit needy and “woe is me”. Are u not assertive and presenting boundaries? Are u using sex to get a relationship? Because it doesn’t work like that. Men will seek sex before any relationship. Do U want relationships with these guys or are u being desperate for any relationship?

    Why is this guy right for u to be in a relationship? Ask itself that?

    There’s nothing wrong with having sex.


    I probably am a bit needy. Never experienced love, so....
    Last time I had sex snd after was unsure if I wanted to be with the guy. Incompatible. But he had already decided, that we should only be FWB. It's like they decide it straight after or right before sex, and to me sex is part of getting to know the other person, 'cause maybe you are not compatible. But then we have the sex and I'm fwb.
    click to expand


    So why are you letting his decision affect you, when you were undecided first?

    I wish you were capable of separating emotions from sex, you would be better off if you could.
  • Posted by Arielle83
    I’d withhold, since you aren’t orgasmimg.

    It’s like you want to experiment, but u want a relationship too.

    Wait it out to find the right person to give you that, because you won’t be able to orgasm until you’re comfortable and confident with them.


    So no sex for me ever, it seems. I know I sound fatalist, but it's been 32 years.
  • nikkistar
    My moral compass acts like its in the Bermuda Triangle
    Posted by starlord
    Posted by nikkistar
    Posted by starlord
    Posted by nikkistar
    Posted by starlord
    Posted by nikkistar
    Posted by starlord
    Posted by nikkistar
    Can you clarify the question for me?

    Are you asking what makes men chose to relegate certain women to FWB treatment, versus other women into relationship treatment?


    Yes😊


    I cannot speak for the male populace, but can only offer a theory based off of my own actions.

    Commitment is something I do not broach lightly. For me to commit to someone fully, there have to be extenuating things that allow for me to view you as a potential long term partner. If you do not have those traits, I may entertain you, so to speak, but you will be categorized as someone I don't see a future with, and really, you're just "fun". Someone I wouldn't really care about losing communication with, regardless of how you feel towards me. Those traits that I require in someone that I view as potential to date, will be different from my opposing gender. But I would probably guess that they are not too far off from my own wants.

    1. What they bring into the relationship?
    2. Do their future wants align with my own?
    3. Would they have a positive impact to me life?
    4. Would I have a positive impact in their lives?

    Those simple initial questions are what I usually use to determine if they quantify as dating material, and not "fun".

    Now men, though also emotional, I find to also be at times more cerebral. I think the problem with women that are relegated to FWB status, are often times delusional about themselves. They often demand the man to be "top" of every list, while not expecting the same from themselves for the man. Some place far too much value in sexual favors, and often times think that trading that commodity equates to receiving a winning lottery ticket and that men should be grateful for the sex.

    If you have nothing else to really offer a potential partner, other than what is between your legs (man or woman), then what is the point of wanting to date you? We, both men and women, can get that from anywhere else, besides you as well. You have to offer more than that. There is far too much competition in this world, so you have to show that you are an asset to them, just as they would be an asset to you as well.


    Good things in here.
    I do find it very difficult though to try and prove myself as an asset to someone, who has already claimed we are just FWB. And I know now, that you should just say goodbye to these guys, and not try and prove anything. But all I ever get it seems is hit with the FWB, so wondering if I just have to learn to work my way around it.

    The whole sex thing ruins it for me. Men can never give me an orgasm, so sex with men always feel like I'm doing them a favour, that I'm never getting back. I am trying to change this way of thinking though.


    First off, stop going into an FWB situation with ulterior motives. It will never work the way you want it to. I know for myself, I would have relegated the person to "fun" prior to anything sexual. So I'd bet that men have already put you in that category.

    Second, being an asset is knowing what your value is. I value myself, and demand a high caliber partner, because I will only give what I receive. I expect my partner to demand from me, just as I demand of him. It is a privilege to date me, just as it is to date them.

    Last, because I value myself, I will not provide "services" before a "contract" is "written" from any man that I wish to date. It sounds like you use sex and being "good" at it as an asset. Being the best a man has had, isn't really a tangible asset to anyone.

    And because you seem to rely on sex, to open the proverbial dating door, it will never work. You should value yourself so much, that you don't allow just anyone into your body. You aren't emotionally capable of emotionless sex. You just say you do to try and turn the situation out to the outcome you want. It hasn't worked for you, so I'd say stop doing that and take sex off the table completely with them.


    It's just treetrunked, 'cause this way I will never have sex again. Or should have had with any of the guys I have had sex with.


    Your response shows me that you value sex too much. It's not about never having sex again, its about only having sex once exclusivity is established.

    This is why you are viewed as a FWB, instead what you want.


    I have a very weird relationship to sex. Guys never make me orgasm, so sex just becomes me doing them a favour. But I love sex and dream of a great sex life with somebody that cares about me for real.
    I tried the "I make myself feel way better than any man, so I'll just keep to myself sexually.". Didn't meet any guys in that period. And I do mean any. It gets a little lonely and socially awkward and just sad to always say: I haven't met anyone interested in me. It's like I'm this horrible person, since nobody really likes me. But I don't think I am.
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    I don't think you are a horrible person, I just don't think you have figured out what value you can bring to a relationship and to showcase those attributes as of yet. And because you haven't learned how to showcase the other things, that are more viable to a relationship, you have just stuck with what you know. That's relying on "doing them a favor", because it at least gets you somewhere with them. Never the goal you want, but for a short time you delude yourself into thinking that it will work.

    If you continue to offer sex appeal, and sex from the start, you will always attract the men unworthy of you. And any man, that only wants you as a FWB is not worthy of you. You need to understand that. And for the nice guys that decline and tell you they can't because they are afraid you will "catch" feelings, they are better men then most. They are declining your offer, and at least respecting you enough, and themselves enough, not to take you up on an offer that comes off as not a challenge to do so.
  • Arielle83
    Good c.u.n.t.
    I’d withhold, since you aren’t orgasmimg.

    It’s like you want to experiment, but u want a relationship too.

    Wait it out to find the right person to give you that, because you won’t be able to orgasm until you’re comfortable and confident with them.
  • Posted by Sagicorn
    Posted by starlord
    Posted by Sagicorn
    It's up to you, you choose what you'll be to them. They can't force you, if you're looking for a relationship then look for it, don't let yourself be treated any other way then. If that's not what they want then oh well, moving on to next.


    True. It gets difficult though, when the guys sorta lie though and then show their true colors after sex.

    Again, not complicated too much. Date only, withhold sex for a while, get to know each other. How long aprox. do you make dating last before sex happens?
    click to expand


    I have never dated. Guys don't ask me out, so I've done some hooking up right away. But lots of people I know have actually met their partners like this. No lie.
    Then I knew a guy aa a friend for like 5 months, we had sex, and he got cold after, probably to show me, he was not interested. And I am not even sure I would want to be with him, but didn't even get the chance to find out.
  • VenusAquarius
    Venus dominant Aries... how dat happen?!? 44 years young
    Posted by starlord
    Why do some women go in the fwb for you and others for dating and relationships?
    Which qualities or lack thereof do these fwb women posses? Or is it something about how she makes you feel?


    You mean treetrunk buddy?

    My friends with benefits were actually friends. There was love, service, sacrifice... and not always involving intercourse or centered on sex. I have gifts that are precious to me and fond memories.

    One was an older Scorpio male that (among other things) gave me a loving inscription on a book he bought me titled, "My Heart Belongs to You" by Dean Koontz. My friend knew how much I love horror. And, he loved that I loved horror novels.

    You may need to assess your depth of personhood...
  • Posted by Arielle83
    Posted by starlord
    Posted by Arielle83
    Certain men fall into fwb category for me:

    1) easy lay, not a lot of effort to mate
    2) comes on too strong, but dick game is good
    3) lack of common interests, but dick game is good
    4) I’m too busy for a relationship; therefore, context of time and energy to put in
    5) if they’re hot and sexual, but dumb

    Men for relationships:

    1) if they market themselves for their intelligence rather than sex appeal. Harder to mate with = higher quality
    2) takes time to get to know. Interest grows
    3) common interests, mental connection
    4) if I’m ready to put effort into a relationship or I feel everything is secure in my life and can give to another.
    5) if they’re attractive and intelligent and able to evolve.

    I’m sure it’s similar for men.

    How you market yourself as sex versus high quality.

    The side note is, not everyone wants s relationship or the timing isn’t right. Then a sexual release is all ppl might be after


    What does it say about me then, that I aways exclusively am attracted to guys, that see me as FWB? Even the guy, who other people view as super nice and shy and sensitive, which is all part of why I liked him, but changes when with me and becomes cold and aloof and just wants to bang as friends. It's like I even ruin the good guys.


    I don’t know you. You tell me. What are you doing?

    Your post comes off a bit needy and “woe is me”. Are u not assertive and presenting boundaries? Are u using sex to get a relationship? Because it doesn’t work like that. Men will seek sex before any relationship. Do U want relationships with these guys or are u being desperate for any relationship?

    Why is this guy right for u to be in a relationship? Ask itself that?

    There’s nothing wrong with having sex.
    click to expand


    I probably am a bit needy. Never experienced love, so....
    Last time I had sex snd after was unsure if I wanted to be with the guy. Incompatible. But he had already decided, that we should only be FWB. It's like they decide it straight after or right before sex, and to me sex is part of getting to know the other person, 'cause maybe you are not compatible. But then we have the sex and I'm fwb.
  • Sagicorn
    ☀️♐🌙♈♀️♐♂️♏🌄♓
    female
    Posted by starlord
    Posted by Sagicorn
    It's up to you, you choose what you'll be to them. They can't force you, if you're looking for a relationship then look for it, don't let yourself be treated any other way then. If that's not what they want then oh well, moving on to next.


    True. It gets difficult though, when the guys sorta lie though and then show their true colors after sex.
    click to expand

    Again, not complicated too much. Date only, withhold sex for a while, get to know each other. How long aprox. do you make dating last before sex happens?
  • Posted by AquaNextDoor
    Posted by starlord
    Posted by RooSagicorn
    I don’t get the whole FWB thing. I don’t have sex unless we are at least working towards something. What that is might be evolving, but to choose only sex and not the rest of a connection. No thanks.

    Honestly OP I’d choose nothing rather than be treated as not good enough. I’d say have your standards or boundaries and stick to it. Should be about the person not the act. Otherwise it’s about the act.


    Truth. Why I do become attracted to guys that only want the act then is beyond me. Did take a 2 year break from sex and that, then met someone I was very very atttacted to. But he's the same, just sees me as FWB. It must be something about me, 'cause I bet you in a month he'll be in a relationship. Don't know what it is about me, and it's very upsetting sometimes. Like no matter what I do, things are always the same.


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    Thanks. Will check it out.
  • Posted by Sagicorn
    It's up to you, you choose what you'll be to them. They can't force you, if you're looking for a relationship then look for it, don't let yourself be treated any other way then. If that's not what they want then oh well, moving on to next.


    True. It gets difficult though, when the guys sorta lie though and then show their true colors after sex.

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