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Watch a literally endless supply of the hottest barely-legal babes in the whole wide world. Still no erection Glen, 64, a Vancouver computer programmer, was diagnosed four years ago with an aggressive form of prostate cancer. The second priority is to maintain urinary function. Often it is not until after surgery that sexual function moves front and centre.As a result, they tend to co-create this friend zone confusion. So, I took a look in the research literature on men and women being friends. Apparently this "just friends" question was pondered by others beginning about a decade ago.Bleske and Buss (2000) surveyed college students regarding the benefits and costs of opposite sex friendships in their lives.