Lol. Its not weird at all. I'll be turning 25 this year and I've never had a boyfriend. I've been on dates, but none of the guys I met were on the same wavelength as me. If you don't approach women, some of them will not take you by the hand and come to you. I mean, what if they don't notice you? You could at least try talking to them. You don't have to dive in straight away and blab how you feel about them or ask them out. All your doing is over thinking it and making it more complicated for yourself. I made the mistake of never acting on it when i was 15 and had a crush on a guy a year above me at secondary school. Some other girl in his year, snapped him up. She was a bit of a skank. I just hoped that she would trest him ok. I missed my chance. Just do a bit of home work on them first and get to know them a little better. I talk to guys that I'm interested in getting to know. I won't act in it if I'm not sure about them though. I got fed up of guys playing stupid mind games with me. Only to be told, oh i've got a girlfriend. There's been a few that liked me but never acted on it. Instead they just chose to lurk about like paedos at a playground. (Excuse the phrase) lol. As a result I just got fed up, lost interest and moved on. If any of those guys were seriously interested in me they would have at least talked to me. A straight forward approach is a win win for me. Just saying hi , introducing yourself and talk about stuff in general, if you can make me laugh. . . even better. I can't resist a bit of banter. If I got on OK with any of those guys I could have possibly asked them out myself. But they'll never know. No use wondering what could have been.
It's rare, but not uncommon :) sometimes that's good though, you managed to avoid the hoes in high school and probably saved yourself a lot of trouble haha 😅 But it's not weird at all, sometimes it feels like we're running out of time, but in reality, we're all still so young in our twenties and it's best to just live our life for the moment. And during one of those moments, we'll meet our match ❤️
I was 23 when I had my first real boyfriend that lasted more than a couple weeks. That one lasted 4 months and then I was single again for most of my twenties. Had one other boyfriend a few years ago for about 3 months. Started dating my boyfriend a year and a half ish ago at age 29.
Not having a girlfriend in your teenage years likely spared you from drama and jealous exes/jealousy. As for being "normal", no maybe it's not normal, but normal doesn't always equate to smart, or best.