Friends with benefits is a roughly twenty-years "new" term for a short-term yet emotionally engaged relationship, particularly if you're serious about friendship (which is magic!)
It's not for everybody, of course. @Wicked alludes to the risk of knocking some of the dust out of her gash.
Ordinarily I would be all over an open-minded chicks as OP like white on rice, but I think this might be another troll thread--I don't believe a person with the appropriate maturity for such a relationship would be silly enough to post her email address. Also,
I'm trying to get one particular friend with benefits to tie me up, so I'm fully booked.
People in alternative or open relationships may not be obligated to be exclusive, but friends with benefits are nonetheless obligated to protect one another with safe sex practices, and part of that is informing one another if you plan on or actually do swap
fluids with a third party.