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Hollywood has shamelessly exploited the idea of guy-girl friendships evolving into romantic interests, priming us to believe this is how all opposite-sex dynamics work. Males and females have been living, working, and playing side-by-side since a young age, making it inevitable that they interact with one another. At school, we start to form our own gender groups where we take an interest in those who act like we do.
It started innocently. The two of you just connected. You started spending more and more time with this person and even went to lunch a few times.
That person can be someone of the same sex or the opposite. Now, of course, every friendship is different. I can always appreciate when my guy friends tell me hilarious or embarrassing things that have occurred to them in the bedroom. For example, a do is to take confidence in your body, because odds are you are criticizing your naked-self way more than the guy that wants to bed you in that moment.
A good friend is hard to find and they come in all different shapes, sizes and genders. Having a best friend is great, but having a best friend who's the opposite sex can be even better. The two of you will be different enough to keep life interesting, but you'll still be able to bond over shared interests, dating woes and the overall craziness of life.
Show less With men and women intermingling in various circles of life that were gender-specific in the past homethe workplacesportsschoolpeople of the opposite sex are discovering new common ground and more reasons to be friends. Romantic interest, physical attraction and sometimes, the jealousy of significant others can threaten to sabotage a cross-gender friendship.
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