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Both women and men vary in the way they imagine an opposite-sex buddy

A brand new research has unearthed that males and women’s real day-to-day experience with opposite-sex friends differs from exactly exactly what pops into the mind if they think about an opposite-sex friend.

The research in Evolutionary Psychological Science discovered that m en had been more prone to think about an opposite-sex friend as “a person in the contrary intercourse to who i'm drawn and would pursue because of the possibility” while women had been very likely to think about them as just “a buddy of this opposite gender.

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