Friends-With-Benefits: Is It A Good Idea?

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A new article in the New York Times on friends with benefits intrigues blogger Samantha.

I wasn’t really surprised to find out that ‘friends-with-benefits’ (being consistently sexually active but not in a committed relationship with someone) is a phenomenon unique to our generation. Most think of this relationship as a “have your cake and eat it too” kind of thing; but are we really getting all the benefits? Read more in the the New York Times article titled Friends With Benefits, and Stress Too.

Samantha Seeger

is a recent graduate of Indiana University with an undergrad degree in Gender Studies and a double minor in Psychology and Human Sexuality.
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