Is it true that women are more comfortable with men?
April 24, 2007 2:22am CST
This is true atleast for me. I have more male friends than i do female friends. i also find them easier to get along with. With my women friends there's a lot of ego and one - upmanship which is not there with the guys. With my guy friends i can just be my natural self. Is this true for all of you too?
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24 Apr 07
Males can give best comforts to females than females. Unlike females they will not gossip and feel jealous. Men will treat girls specially, whereas girls will treat equally. Females will not spend like males. Of all these they give a feeling of security.
24 Apr 07
same here with me ... since highschool i find myself more comfortable around male friends. True to me, they don't have the same intrigues that surrounds female friendship, they are easier to carry and please =) most of the time they serve as my older brothers and i feel a sense of security with them. Nonetheless, i do have a handful of girlfriends whom i can share things with that men won't understand, you know... girl things =)
11 May 07
i totally agree with u ....... becox i have gf she is just a friend ....... her friend's comments abou me to her she listen to that all & she cut off with me ........ some people r there usually echo that she have a bf! or he have a gf ......... i don't like this friends.........
30 Apr 07
For me, maybe at times. I am more comfortable with gay friends than straight men.lol...because i tend to like men easily so i just avoid them in order for me not to fall in love. I don't know, i easily like someone especially when they are nice and kind with me.
24 Apr 07
Definately , I would agree with you that females are more comfortable with men. I can say so as I have experienced this many a times. I used to hear what my friends ( girls) used to talk and they were like pulling eachothers leg always and never used to apprciate eachother. It's their habbit that they never want any girl who looks more beautiful or more smarter than her to get in the group.