The simple answer is yes.
Of course, it’s okay for a woman who has a boyfriend or husband to have male friends, but we have to define what a “friend” is. This is where arguments arise, and your man’s insecurities kick in.
A “friend” first off, isn’t someone that is waiting to have sex with you. If the guy that you are calling “friend” flirts with you and has tried to have sex with you in the past, then that’s not a friend, that’s a man sideline scheming for some coochie.
A real friend, whether male or female is somebody you have a strictly platonic relationship with and will always have a strictly platonic relationship with no matter the circumstance. And you both know this without even saying it.
This is where most women in relationships go wrong when they try to have male friends.
You see a man that has tried to have sex with you before or wants to have sex with you, will settle for being, “just friends”. He will settle for being that shoulder to cry on, being there to support you when things in your relationship get tough, in hopes that he can eventually get what he has been eyeing the entire time… You in his bed… Butt naked and feeling guilty.
And your man knows this…
How does he know? He knows because he has also ran the, “I’m cool with just being friend’s” game on at least a few unsuspecting woman in his lifetime.
So to sum it up: Ladies if you have a male friend who has tried to have sex with you in the past, just recognize that he’s not really a friend. That’s some “D” on standby… If not in your eyes, definitely in the eyes of your “friend”…and more importantly…in the eyes of your man…