I feel like there is something wrong with me for me being single all the times. I am getting really sick and tired of being asked if I have one yet and when I say no they act like something is seriously wrong with me. Yeah being single all the time is associated with being a lesbian I mostly consider myself asexual. My reason for being single 24/7 is really none of nobody's business. I am tired of feeling like I have to explain why I do not have a man.
Well fuck it is because I am undateable and no one wants me! Goddamn how do I deal with this situation like it is really starting to piss me off. The next person who asks me will definitely regret asking me I will snap on them. A lot of other people tell oh you are so pretty I am so shocked you don't have a boyfriend blah blah blah. Only shallow bastards want looks that is all I ever attract and I am not interested in that.
I am sorry for ranting but I am really aggravated. I feel I have the right to remain single without being pressured to date if I am not ready. I don't want to date and have a child just because everyone else is doing it. I find it pitful you have to date a man if you are a hetrosexual female to prove you are straight. And date a woman if you are a homosexual female. For what to prove a damn point? Honestly leave me the f**k alone to live my life however I want to! I am not ready and I am not mentally stable to date anyone decent all I attract is flat out loserrrrs.
Most Helpful Guy
Hello, I think you make a really important point in today's social environment. Do you really think having a boyfriend and stuff is only to prove something out of pressure? This is what I'm getting out of what your explaining. I'd like your opinion on something as well, what about Facebook relationship status? Sometimes people hide it which is fine, but at other times they are proud of their partner which I'm honestly happy for. I think this may tie into what your saying. What are your opinions?1
Most Helpful Girl
Some people are just really nosy and don't realize how frustrating of a question that is for someone who's single. It's one thing for a new friend to ask out of curiously, but it's a whole other thing when someone who you barely know asks and then casts judgement.
Try not to let it get to you. There's nothing wrong with you for not having a boyfriend yet; tons of women in your age range are still single.2