Cause that's what a new study says.

At least, if you're a guy, you're more likely to want to know your female friends in the biblical sense.

Yes, Harry was right all along.

An article in the U.K.'s Daily Mail says a study reveals men and women really can't be friends because sex gets in the way.

I can tell you that personally I've experienced both having a male friend who was attracted to me when I didn't feel the sexual attraction in return and also desiring a male friend who clearly didn't feel the same way.

I eventually had to admit to the friend who might as well have been gay when around me that I was very attracted to him.

In fact, I confessed I had actually fallen in love with him and couldn't therefore remain friends with him.

It was a difficult thing to do, but I had to end my misery.

I knew once I confessed I would lose one of the best friends I ever had. But it just had to end that way. And I was relieved when I finally cut the chord.

I do have a very dear male friend who's happy in his relationship with his longtime girlfriend and he's just like a brother to me, and I'm like a sister to him.

I truly don't think there's any chemistry there, and I wouldn't want to know if there was.

So clearly I know from experience that men and women can be friends, but I also believe that it's rare for there not to be some attraction at least on one person's side.

So tell me, guys, do you secretly want to sleep with your friends?

And women, do you ever find yourself desiring your male friends but not wanting to tell them for fear of ruining the friendship?