Male-Friend Moratorrium

Chupack, Cindy
August 2002
Glamour;Aug2002, Vol. 100 Issue 8, p104
Relates the experience of the author concerning male friendship. Issues on repressed homosexuality of men; Opinions on men wanting to be just friends; Effects of the 'can we be friends' question on self-perception.


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