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The Heterosexual Life-Partners trope as used in popular culture. A trope old as time itself. Two extremely close friends or partners, of the same gender, who . Two persons of the same gender who are best friends and commit to spend their lives together, yet never engage in any type of homosexual relations with one another.

Two extremely close friends or partners, of the same gender, who are as close or closer than a romantic couple. They aren't romantically linked, but they might suffer withdrawals from not being around each other. There might even be a "break-up" episode. When one gets a boy/girl friend, you can. The film Becket depicts King Henry II of England (Peter O'Toole) and Thomas Becket (Richard Burton) as heterosexual life partners until Henry made the mistake of making Becket the Archbishop of Canterbury. Becket took the job very seriously and defied Henry's rulings in favor of the church.

Heterosexual Life Partners. 66 likes. More than just a best friend or a BFF. You complete each other. There's no sexual tension and it doesn't matter if Followers: 65. Two extremely close friends or partners, of the same gender, who are as close or closer than a romantic couple. They aren't romantically linked, but they might suffer .