"Do you think a woman can truly have a man to fulfill her sexual needs without being committed?"
The key to this question, upon further reflection, was the word "committed."
I do think that there are times and places in which there needs to be no commitment in order for "needs" to be fulfilled. Additionally, there are women who do not want or need commitment, of any sort or at any time, but they do have needs.
However, in the end, I can really only speak for myself.
In my case, there has to be a commitment for it to really be a fulfilling experience. Yes, my body says otherwise from time to time, but... in the end, I need, moreover I want, a commitment.
But... and this is big...that commitment doesn't necessarily mean a relationship or a marriage or anything of the sort.
For me that commitment needs to be about trust and honesty - more a friendship of sorts or a committed respect for one another.
Thus, I answered his question:
I suppose that a man can fulfill a woman (I truly believe that) but I think that there has to be something mental involved as well for the woman to be truly fulfilled. I am sure that not all women are like this, but for me, the mind has to be engaged. There doesn't have to be a commitment or a relationship, per say... but there has to be a trust and an honesty between the two.
So an FWB works for me if those elements exist. But perhaps I am an exception? I do find that there are FWB relationships between men and women that are more passionate, intimate, and honest, than marriages. I find this to be incredibly sad. Should I marry (which, believe it or not, is not out of the question if I am ever discovered by some daring and amazing guy... you know, he has to find the diamond in the rough kind of thing!) I would want that relationship to be all about honesty and intimacy. I would want that man to be my friend with benefits! ;)