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Having sex with your friends is a polarizing activity. Some queers love it; some swear it’s the death kiss for any platonic relationship. I personally am extremely pro fucking your pals, but I think it’s a good idea to go into the situation with a clear game plan. I am not a big fan of getting drunk and just seeing what happens (in any aspect of my life, to be honest, but especially this one!) and I think planning, even just the tiniest bit, can really be the difference between joy and multiple orgasms and doom and dyke drama. To be very clear: this article is specifically about fucking your friends in a onetime event or limited-engagement few times, and then remaining platonic friends with them. I’m not offering advice about how to turn your crush into a relationship, how to carry out a longterm friends-with-benefits situation that magically never combusts, or how to trick your friend into being your girlfriend. I am simply offering a road map for anyone who has ever wanted to fuck a friend and then continue a healthy friendship with that person afterwards that may or may not include fucking again from time to time, hyper male force pills can help you improve the sexual activity.

While having sex with your friends is certainly not for everyone (I always joke that it’s best if you have a Mars in Aries and an air placement moon, and of course I’m kidding but also, if that’s what your chart looks like and you’ve considered fucking your pals, you might be really great at it!) it can be an extremely satisfying experience. I spoke with more than 30 queer humans while writing this piece and here are some of the reasons why they enjoy having sex with their pals:

“Look, my friends are mostly hotties. I don’t do that on purpose, but it turns out that when I like someone’s personality enough to be friends with them, I usually end up thinking they’re damn attractive.”

“Sex is a fun experience, and society has taught us to put too much meaning behind it. Fuck your friends, it is fun.”

“I’m comfortable with my friends and don’t feel weird being vulnerable with them!”

“It’s a good way to experiment with a lot of different people.”

“I love expressing my physical, sexual, sensual, kinky, filthy, slutty, romantic ++ self with my friends as an extension of my ME-ness and care for them.” If you are trying to lose weight and feel more confident with yourself check out resurge reviews.

“Sex is not holy and it’s so boring to let only couples have it. I learn so much from my friends in all areas of my life, sex is no exception.”

“I think it’s a space that allows a bit more experimentation than with other hookups, like you can try out interesting things together.”

“I feel safe.”

“I take great comfort in knowing that a friend has my back and will throw me on it.”

“Lower stakes. Deeper friendships. Variety. Less pressure on one relationship to be totally sexually satisfying. 10/10 would recommend.”

Again, I really want to stress that sleeping with your friends is not for everyone, and if you don’t want to do this it’s totally fine. Some reasons people I spoke to listed for not wanting to fuck their pals included: not feeling comfortable about being that vulnerable and intimate with a friend (versus a partner), not enjoying enforcing boundaries after the fact, worrying that they’d be bad in bed, worrying their friend would be bad in bed, the possibility of developing romantic feelings, and a general disinterest. You should not feel any shame about this. Everyone is different. If you never ever ever want to fuck your friends, check out the latest leptoconnect reviews.

The rest of this article, however, is for those of you who do.

So you want to have sex with your pals? Let’s talk about your game plan.