What about “Friends with Benefits”?

What if you and your friend are more than friends—complete with sleepovers, intimate encounters, or sex—but aren’t necessarily in an actual relationship?

Researchers have explored this type of relationship, and many report that these friendships can work, but they are very complicated; clear expectations and communication are needed.

More often than not, sex among friends is problematic.

Since the “rules” or expectations of a friendship are different from the rules for romantic or sexual relationships (friendships come with fewer obligations, are not as emotionally intense, and are not exclusive), it can be confusing and challenging when lines are crossed or blurred.

In addition, it’s challenging for both friends to be on the exact same page at the exact same time when it comes to sex, and whether they want more from the friendship.

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