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My best friend is a male and I can tell him anything and everything. He can ask me anything and everything and we're always honest with one another. So the topic of sex comes up a lot especially from me on how to's or tips in general. A
My best friend is a male and I can tell him anything and everything. He can ask me anything and everything and we're always honest with one another. So the topic of sex comes up a lot especially from me on how to's or tips in general. A guys perspective on what guys like or may be thinking if x happens etc. I was wondering if others have a friend of the opposite sex they go to for this or are your best friends generally the same sex?
My best friend is the opposite sex, and he's also my exboyfriend. I'm seeing someone now, and he's married to someone else. We've not slept together since we split up 7 years ago, neither of our significant others have an issue with us being close friends, and we still talk about anything and everything, we have a very open-communication relationship. So that includes talking about sex. His wife has thanked me for the advice i've given him, including tips on helping her be more liberated in the bedroom as she has limited experiences. And my boyfriend has been thankful for when i ask my bestfriend what goes on in a guy's head in different situations so I can try new things on my boyfriend and keep him happy.
Also, to the people who are saying it's disrespectful to your significant other/spouse to have friends of the gender you're attracted to, seriously? People are people, not matter the gender. If you're married to someone, there should be mutual trust. If you can't trust yourself around the opposite gender, or if your spouse doesn't trust you because they're worried you'll be tempted to cheat emotionally or physically, it's not a problem with the friendship, it's a trust and commitment issue in the relationship. =(