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A 2012 study found in the majority of opposite-sex friendships, there’s at least a low level of attraction.
Men reported more attraction and a stronger desire to date their female friends than women did their male friends.
Males and females have been living, working, and playing side-by-side since a young age, making it inevitable that they interact with one another.
At school, we start to form our own gender groups where we take an interest in those who act like we do.
Evolutionarily speaking, the researchers believe our hardwired mating instincts have an effect on whether we can truly be just friends with anyone of the opposite sex.
Men tend to report more attraction to their female friends than women to males because men faced the risk of being shut out, genetically, if they didn’t take “advantage of various reproductive opportunities,” according to lead researcher April Bleske-Rechek.“So the argument is that men have evolved to be far more sexually opportunistic,” wrote Bleske-Rechek in the paper.
Ildiko Tabori, a clinical psychologist in Los Angeles, Calif., told Similarly, these are the qualities we look for in a significant other. A friendship attraction, or connection devoid lust is a bona fide bond, and science suggests it does exist.
The findings suggest types of bonds other than romantic connections can and do occur in friendships between males and females.
Eventually one person will have a crush on the other.”Attraction can add fun or excitement to a friendship, but like Masini suggests, it becomes an obstacle.
Physical and sexual attraction is seen even in men and women who are platonic friends.
When we begin to look for friends of the opposite-sex, or cross-sex friendships, we are seeking “chemistry”— or that special “click” we have with someone that causes us to want to spend more time with him or her.
We like how this person makes us feel when we hang out with them, and soon this individual becomes synonymous with fun.
Their inhibitions begin to disappear and they will start to like the other person, according to psychologist Dr.