The word "everyone" is rarely used anyway. But I could agree that probably 99 percent (just a guess) could find someone to date, have a relationship and have sex with if they wanted to. However, I do think there is a SLITHER of people in the world who can't find a relationship or any form of intimacy, no matter HOW hard they try.
-Some people are born with rare medical conditions which make them physically unattractive to nearly everyone, and so SEVERE, to where people can't possibly date them (I know this is harsh but it's true.)
-Some people have an extreme personality disorder, whether it be a severe case of social awkwardness (to where everyone thinks they're odd) or an extremely unappealing personality.
-Some people might have extreme mental illnesses as well, to where their illness is so stigmatized, people are off-put by it.
These are just three random examples but you get my point: A slither of the population can't date, as much as they might want to OR try to. It's sad but it's true.
What do you guys think?
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I think it's very true what you're saying. But I think it's very slim. Even my mentally handicapped cousin found someone, got married and had a baby. Granted, he's not a 10/10 guy either but they seem very much in love and happy.
I actually believe that there is more than one someone for the majority of people.0