You need to make sure that you?re open about everything. Both of you need to be on the same page in case either of you start developing feelings for each other. Same thing goes if one person wants to end it. You both have to be okay with the end result.
Speak your (sex) mind.
The main point of having a FWB is to have amazing, satisfying sex. Be honest about what you like and what you don?t like.
Groom yourself as if he were your boyfriend.
Even though you don?t want?a relationship, it?s not fair to your friend with benefits if you show up to your trysts with unshaven legs, stained undies, and dirty hair. Common courtesy, ladies.
Ensure you?re emotionally ready.
Having casual sex can be emotionally tough, especially for some women. Most of us?are programmed to feel a connection after we sleep with someone, so you need to make sure you?re 100% okay with having sex that won?t lead to anything deeper.
Practice safe sex?always.
Condoms are lifesavers. Not only do they prevent you from having little babies with a guy you?re not interested in long-term, but they also make sure you stay STD-free, which is key when you?re having sex with someone you?re not monogamous with.
Keep your eyes (and heart) open for new relationships.
In other words: Don?t get too comfortable, or close yourself off from finding someone you?want to be with. You don?t want miss out on not getting to know?someone amazing just because you have a sex buddy.