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How do I change this? I have loads of female friends and some of them I viewed romantically until they told me they only like me as a friend.

Why does that even happen? I obviously don't mind that they want to be my friend, that is good too and some of them are very good friends but I want to be more intimate with someone.

What can I do? help me!
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Be patient and don't get bitter about it - you'll be happier that way, and bitterness isn't a good look. Maybe you can ask some of your newfound friends if they could introduce you to anyone nice?
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(Original post by Anonymous)
How do I change this? I have loads of female friends and some of them I viewed romantically until they told me they only like me as a friend.

Why does that even happen? I obviously don't mind that they want to be my friend, that is good too and some of them are very good friends but I want to be more intimate with someone.

What can I do? help me!
Ok. You don't understand the Friendship Zone problem do you? You are actually allowing girls to put you in the Friendship zone because you have no clue as to how the dating game works! This is how you do it: You see a girl that you fancy. You socialise with her briefly and then you invite them out on a one to one date and on the date you say a bit about your feelings towards her. There is now no chance that she will think that you just want to be friends; you are now out of the friendship zone! If she decides she wants to stay friendly with you then that"s fine, but she now knows that you fancy her and that you will carry on looking for an actual girl friend and not just a friend. Then you repeat, and repeat. The idea is that you continue to be very clear about speaking up about what you actually want.
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Have you considered guys? Guys give the best head, apparently.
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I agree with the other person saying to ask girls on dates or spend more alone time with them and make it clear you're interested, if girls are ever shocked you fancy them you're doing something wrong. I don't know what you look like, but you may want to change up your hair or style or whatever, as half of attraction is physical, possibly more when you're first getting to know someone. Good luck mate and don't stress it or get bitter, don't want to turn into an incel
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Because you're acting like a friend.
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This is actually better for you and any girl you want to intimate with; since you said “I want to be more intimate with SOMEONE”. This just means, you want to be in any relationship. When relationship is mainly based on feelings.

If you just wanna know the feeling of being in a relationship. Some girls might help you tho. If you wanna a real healthy relationship, then you both have to develop feelings toward each other. It isn’t just about wanting to be intimate with “SOMEONE”
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