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Do women form stronger friendships then men?
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Posted 8/26/13 , edited 8/26/13
The level of intimacy with my female friends tends to be a bit more rewarding, but all of my friends, male or female, seem to have my back when I need them to, even if its just lending an ear and advice. My sample of friends is so small that this is pretty much irrelevant in the scheme of things, as some men may be capable of the same behaviors and vice versa.

In most societies gender roles come with a lot of restrictions, that if were absent, may drastically change how comfortable a man might be to share his feelings, or a woman might be to take part in what are typically masculine activities or behaviors. I mean this already happens, but it is still often discouraged to varying degrees depending on the culture involved. I find the whole thing to be painfully restrictive.
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Posted 8/26/13
No way.
When a woman says " lets just be friends."
I means she wants to see less of you.
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Posted 8/28/13 , edited 8/28/13
Yes woman tell each other everything if their friends...unless they want to keep it to themselves like for example if she likes someone and she wants nobody to know yet but eventually she tells the boy she loves him and looky the boy likes her too and they have a happy ending....and i wish it was that easy
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Posted 8/28/13
I'm not too sure. For me, I can't really determine an answer because I have a hard time basing things off of genders. In that sense I'm somewhat oblivious when it comes down to the differences and such. Males and females are all different, and saying that all females act in a feminine matter, or that all males act in a manly way, is simply untrue. There are males and females with different complex chemistry, imbalances, hormones, pheromones, that separate ourselves from our gender specifics. It would honestly depend and rely on their characters and personalities. Both males and females can hold friendships for a long time. :3
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Posted 10/5/14 , edited 10/5/14
I would say both are equals but mostly women are attractive then men.
Men try to notice women rather then to be noticed.
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In my opinion, boys.. I've had many friends and if their was something wrong we either got over it, or we fought and got over it any way.. Girls tend to hold grudges and hold more jealousy/envy.. So I'm gonna with the bros.
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25 / F / Ireland
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Posted 10/5/14
Its hard to generalize on this. There are good and bad friendships in both camps.
In terms of the 'strength' of the friendship its the same-depends on the people involved.

yes men and women communicate differently in their friendships, I'm just
not sure that it has any bearing on the quality of the friendship.
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Posted 10/5/14
No, but they form different types of friendships. Women like to connect emotionally and talk about their feelings.
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A lot of women/girls can be drama-queens from time to time. But luckily none of my friends are like that.
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22 / M / Canada
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Posted 10/5/14
Women have an easier time displaying their emotions/feelings than men, which leads to deeper relationships.
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24 / F / Johnstown, PA, USA
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Posted 10/5/14
No. It depends on the individual.
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Posted 10/5/14

Kevzyboy wrote:

I'd say women have always had stronger bonds then men.
I say this since most of the guys I new turned into noobs....


Dont you start off as a noob?
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26 / M / Cape Coral, FL
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Posted 10/5/14
HELL to the no.
My friend Zach and I have been friends since High School, and since then we haven't gone a DAY without communicating. Even when we're across the country, we send each other vacation pictures.

Just this last week ALONE we've been 'guy flirting/best friend flirting' all week and he always has the funniest @#^@ to say!

I love my best friend, and if I were gay, I'd probably kiss the man! I aint afraid to say I love my best friend and will always be there for him.
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29 / F / England
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Posted 10/5/14
I think its about how deep a bond is between two people not a gender specific thing...

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