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Yet intimacy has a profound effect on the emotions, which can be very confusing, especially for women.’‘Men, however, are biologically programmed to sow their seed and seem able to disconnect emotionally from sex in a way that women cannot.
So friends with benefits relationships are often more emotionally confusing and upsetting for women.’‘We meet up every couple of weeks, go for a drink or see a film.
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If it sounds a recipe for disaster, that’s because it very often is.To have a friend I could enjoy being with, with the added benefit of sex.’‘It is fashionable, at the moment, to try to take the intimacy out of sex, to see it as a no-strings pleasure that can be picked up and put down at will,’ she says. It’s a lesson that 24-year-old Evie Moore has learned the hard way.She has had several Friends With Benefits, but says she has decided to draw a line under them because she feels they are hindering her from being in a committed relationship.‘All the moments you enjoy in a friendship — feeling relaxed in their company, not caring what you look like, baring your soul in the pub, admitting to all kinds of disasters and having a good laugh — are complicated if you start sleeping together.As the forthcoming Hollywood film Friends With Benefits reveals, a no-strings relationship often leaves at least one half of the couple — and usually it’s the woman — feeling confused, unsatisfied, and wholly unconvinced by the ‘benefits’ they’re supposed to be relishing.Lucy Waterson is one of a growing number of young women in their late 20s and early 30s who have embarked on a Friend With Benefits liaison.