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  • it can be for some, they could be asexual or even aromantic, and it's possible to be one or both. Like maybe they like companionship.

  • Yes your 19 your hormones are raging that's pretty normal

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  • Whether it’s normal or not, I think finding someone that agrees with it is more the importance of this. In my opinion there would be a good reason why someone doesn’t want a sexual relationship (sexual trauma) and whatever partner you find would need to be understanding. I would encourage therapy for the person hesitant on a sexual relationship

  • I don’t think it’s normal. Mentally and physically, we are sexual beings. We are wired for and designed to want sex in order to procreate, to feel close to the opposite, and for pleasure.

  • there's stages in life, and that's ok. love and lust are different energies.

    there's guys like that and girls like that. I doubt they stay like that forever.

  • "All women are prudes" trope, normal in that sense? you asexual? do you like to stay single?

  • For me, it depends on whether she's having sex with another guy or not. I thoroughly enjoy being sexually frustrated by a beautiful woman, but this is usually only if I know that some other lucky guy is enjoying intimate sexual encounters with her fairly frequently. If she's not interested in having any sexual interaction whatsoever, that's not nearly as appealing to me.

  • Its not uncommon. Asexuality exists (asexuality. org is a great resource). But since sex is so important to most people, you need to let potential partners know early on that it isn't something you want.

    If you are asexual, then a relationship with a sexual person will lead to misery for both of you - don't try to pretend. Find someone compatible.

    Both women and men can be asexual.

  • Many, otherwise normal people, don't.

  • Not that normal as sex is a big part of pair bonding, so a relationship normally involves sex whether lesbian or gay or hetro.

    Otherwise it tends to be a friendship.

    Are you saying you don't want a relationship or don't want a relationship with sex? I think it is hard to help without that clarification.

  • Not really, don’t let people trick you to think it is.

    find and understand yourself there must be something going on

  • No, its usually a sign of a hormonal problem or other health issue. Wanting sex is like wanting food, your body kind of forces the urge on you.

    What is normal though, is waiting for the right person, or fearing stds, or unplanned pregnancy, or anything else that is caution related. But being asexual is different than risk aversion. With risk aversion, you want sex, but abstain anyway out if fear.

  • Nothing wrong with that.

  • No, something is wrong with you.

  • Yes it is

  • Not normal

  • no it not but do u

  • You mean... you wanna be friends?

  • Not completely normal but not completely abnormal as well
    There are people who are not looking for sexual relationships so there is nothing wrong unless this happened to you because of some bad experience.