I've certainly felt attracted to certain women, but never felt that spark with anyone. I'm over 35, have yet to be in a serious relationship. Does this raise the possibility that I'm actually more asexual or just not made for romance?
I'm over 35 and never felt strong chemistry with any girl, does this make me asexual?
What Girls Said 4
sorry to tell you dude but yes there are possibilities for you to be asexual1
Being asexual mean you feel no sexual attraction for anyone. If you've never been in love or been in a serious relationship, it might be just because you haven't met the "right girl" yet.0
No it means you haven't made yourself desirable.0
It depends. Do you have a strong sex drive?0
What Guys Said 4
I am asexual. An asexual is someone who does not feel any sexual attraction. Asexuals can experience romantic and aesthetic attraction however. So, you could find someone to be handsome/ beautiful and want to form relationships but with no or little desire to engage in sexual intercourse with anyone; though some asexuals don’t feel those forms of attraction either. Asexual people often talk about a romantic orientation, some people are heteroromantic, some are biromantic, homoromantic, etc . But there is antoher less obvious romantic orientation called aromantic. I am aslo aromantic, which is where you do not experience romantic attraction to anyone. Keep in mind that you do not have to be asexual to be aromantic. Maybe you should look into aromantism. :)0
I just looked up the meaning of asexual, and so long as you're sexually attracted to humans then you're not asexual. A lack of romance doesn't qualify as being asexual.
I'm not sure of your age, other than over 35, but I've been the same way as well for about 8 years now. So its cool.1
I was 33 when I met my fiancee (my first relationship). It's never too late.1
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