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Do men catch feelings after having sex
Sex & Intimacy / 7:53 PM - Sunday August 19, 2007

Do men catch feelings after having sex

After sex i always rub and massage my FWB and he seems to eat it up and i have always stayed over his place overnight he cooks for me and we watch movies together and go out once in a while but we agreed to be FWB but it seems like there is a strong connection...Are woman the only ones who catch feelings after sex?

- Asked by Female, 36-45

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Not at all... why do you think it's so difficult to maintain this "FWB" thing, without one party trying to take it to another level, eventually???

- Response by bytor, A Rebel, Male, 46-55, Pittsburgh, Artist / Musician / Writer

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It's silly to say that "only women" or "only men" do anything. Do you really think a guy couldn't develop feelings for his FWB? Really?

- Response by mikehug, An Intellectual Guy, Male, 46-55, Cleveland

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This is why fwb is such a BAD idea for woman and perfect set up for guys!sex is an emotional thing for woman can't change it thats what it is no matter how you go into this set up your going to develop feelings,nothing you can do about it!!Men can have sex with any thing and everything means nothing never will.If They, 1 in a million shot should develop feelings for you it was the time together not the sex that got him!You set your self up for failure from 1st minute your sleeping with someone W/o commitment he'll never respect you,even though hes sleeping w/you.Good luck..It sounds funny in your case also you do all the stuff like bf/gf why the fwb????

- Response by swemur1, A Creative, Female, 46-55

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i think women dig too deep in the feelings bag. im sure this guy likes you as a friend, and obviously, alittle more since you both have sex together but, i would not confuse the typwe of relationship it is. if he wants more, he will do more non sex things with you and eventually let you know.

- Response by flcubanman, A Mr. Married Guy, Male, 46-55, Miami, Medical / Dental

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i think they call that "friendship".

- Response by imissit, A Sweet Sarah, Female, 66 or older, Who Cares?

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