He Said, She Said: August 27, 2015

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Jackelyne Arevalo, Freshman, ASU

Do you have a lot of friends of
the opposite sex?
Yeah, I would say more than female friends because I grew up with brothers. I’m just used to being around males. I feel comfortable with girls, but sometimes guys are [easier]to laugh with.

Are they truly just friends?
Yes, they are. Well, I think it depends. It depends on how close you become with them. How much you get to know their personal life—if they know about yours. Then, I think then you can define that they are true friends.

If you’re in a relationship, does that affect it? Do you think it should?
I don’t think so. I think it would actually be more positive in my life. I would be able to ask them, “Oh, maybe what [could]my boyfriend be thinking?” Because they are guys, they know.

Pedram E. Zadeh, Sophomore, ASU

Do you have a lot of friends of the opposite sex?
Yeah.

Are they truly just friends?
Yes.

If you’re in a relationship, does that affect it? Do you think it should?
Whenever I want to make friends, I just look at their interests. All of [my]female friends are the ones that I have contact with. Other ones, have [the]same kind of interests as me, so we can talk about this stuff. In my opinion, they don’t have any difference[s]with [my]male friends. They are just my friends, yeah…to be honest, I already prefer my girlfriend [over]my other females friends. My relationship[s]with my friends are unlike with my girlfriend.

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