I don't know enough about men to answer why this is true but in my opinion from observing men, I think that they live their lives as mindless robots where sex doesn't have any meaning for them.
So they feel justified in being sexually attracted to and having sex with every girl/woman they want.
We often spent long days on set and drove home together, laughing the entire time.
Our relationship was completely platonic, yet it seemed we still couldn’t get enough of each other. She breathed a sigh of relief then gushed about how she was so glad to hear that, since they had been together for so long and she loved him so much.
I am both friends with her and her boyfriend and I am a person of integrity. I can't argue with anything the two of you wrote.much as I'd like to. But some of them I was interested in and wanted more.
Nowadays, I don’t have many guy friends, and the ones I have, I’m not totally sure that I would consider them ‘true’ friends.
It’s suffice to say that I prefer my friendships to be relatively drama-free.
Men seem to have difficulty being “just friends” in platonic relationships with females, whereas women genuinely just want to be “friends.” *Of course, there are exceptions to this general rule.
In fact, this recent Slate article highlights the stories of a handful of purely platonic couples (even though some may have experimented with romance or sexual encounters in the past), who all swear up and down that they couldn’t dream of being anything more than just friends.