I ask this since I have trust issues. I'd rather stay happily single then to be with a woman who's either potentially a cheater/adulterer or who is potentially self-entitled and tries to deceive me with her "innocent looks".
I don't care what people say, I'd rather not take any chances of being made looking like a fool, especially since women are supposedly better at getting away with cheating/adultery than men.
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Is it wrong and weird for a man to stay single for the rest of his life (by societal standards)?
By societal standards at least patriarchal standards being single is highly desired and enviable for males. Being a bachelor appears to be a praised lifestyle with relationships and marriage seemingly highly abhorred Relationships are seemingly seen as oh so awful inconveniences to get sex and marriage is seen as death/prison sentence.
What would be wrong and weird by societal standards it seems is for a guy to be sexless not single.1