[COLUMN] COMMON SENSUAL:<br />
Can You Really be 'Friends with Benefits?'

[COLUMN] COMMON SENSUAL:
Can You Really be 'Friends with Benefits?'

Miles Marshall Lewis explores the complications of getting physical with an otherwise platonic pal

Miles Marshall Lewis

by Miles Marshall Lewis, August 21, 2012

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[COLUMN] COMMON SENSUAL:<br />
Can You Really be 'Friends with Benefits?'

Is sex between friends a good idea, or is it asking for trouble?

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escape the problems that always seem to crop up without fail. (Ask anyone who’s been through it.)

Is sex between friends a good idea, or is it asking for trouble? Sound off!

Miles Marshall Lewis is the Harlem-based author of Scars of the Soul Are Why Kids Wear Bandages When They Dont Have Bruises, Theres a Riot Goin On and Irrésistible. Lewis is a former editor at Vibe, XXL and BET.com. Follow MML on Twitter at @furthermucker, and visit his personal blog, Furthermucker.

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