I don't like sexual relationships at all. Is it wrong?

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IY72
June 7th, 2015 2:16am
Not at all! You may be asexual, or ace for short. Not asexual is in, reproducing by oneself. Asexual, as in, not interested in sexual relationships and/or interaction. You may be okay with platonic and/or romantic relationships, but sexual relationships just don't appeal to you. And that's perfectly fine! Many people are like that.
sobulletproof
August 18th, 2015 5:28am
No, it is certainly not wrong. Gender and sexuality both exist on a spectrum, and it is plausible for you to not enjoy sexual relationships at all. It is but a part of you, and you should definitely learn to embrace it. Cheers! :)
YayyySphere
March 5th, 2016 5:49pm
Definitely not wrong- it has been the norm to see people in sexual relationships, either by seeing people around or through the media. But not liking sexual relationships could be known as being asexual, which is another type of sexual orientation in which you either don't feel sexual attraction towards others (or feel it, but don't react to it). It's not wrong to be asexual- it's something individualistic, just like any other characteristics that you have that is unique to yourself :)
Anonymous
May 28th, 2015 6:44am
No, its not wrong at all. Some people are asexual and that's perfectly acceptable. You could experiment to be sure about your orientation though.
RedHeadedSurvivor
September 8th, 2015 8:32pm
No! You could be asexual, demisexual or even just not ready. It is completely normal and nothing to be ashamed of.
TaylorLeigh
April 5th, 2015 9:53pm
Different people have different things that they do and do not enjoy. Being who you are should not be wrong. If you feel that making yourself truly happy by being who you are is a good thing, then continue doing so. Your happiness is just as important as anyone else's. Most importantly, keep your head up and do what YOU feel is best for you!
bunnyofdarkness
April 15th, 2015 8:38am
Of course not! What you like is only important to you (and your partner should you have one). There is nothing wrong with not wanting a sexual relationship. There could be many reasons for this, maybe one day you will want one, maybe you won't. Either way what is important is that you don't try to force yourself to do things you don't want to do. You know yourself better than anyone else, so trust your instincts.
FaithfulPerson
April 9th, 2015 12:59am
Of course it's not wrong! You are a unique individual and you have the right to say "NO" to any kind of relationship you so choose!
Lior
May 9th, 2015 6:47pm
It's not wrong at all. Some people like that and some people don't as some like chocolate and some don't. Our society today thinks everybody is interested in sex and that's not true. You can have a relationship and no enjoy sex, it's fine. There is nothing wrong with you.
MonBon
June 10th, 2015 5:11am
Not at all! Many people experience very little to no sexual attraction or sexual drive at all. The term for this is usually "asexual," but I don't feel that labels are super important. While sex is a main component in a relationship for a lot of people (see: the media), it's certainly not the only aspect to consider and some people don't consider it a component at all.
BubblyDoll
June 29th, 2015 7:23pm
It is in no way wrong! You might be asexual, which is totally fine! You should read about asexuality on the Internet, there are many people like you for instance in Facebook groups and Tumblr. Don't forget that there is nothing wrong with you and be safe.
dreamVision89
June 29th, 2015 10:09pm
It's not wrong, just different. Have you read anything asexuality? That might be interesting for you. Also, your age can depend on how you view sexual relationships as well as many other factors.
Anonymous
June 30th, 2015 11:10pm
Nope, it's perfectly normal and healthy in any way. Everyone's different. You do you. Just prepare some explanation-speeches for the ones who are less educated in the range of sexualities. Everyone has to learn sometime.
Anonymous
July 2nd, 2015 5:51am
No! this could mean your asexual or it could mean you just haven't found the right person for you, i would do some more research on the topic.
Brittneym101
July 9th, 2015 7:33am
No, there is nothing wrong with not liking sexual relationships. It just means that you're asexual, meaning that you rather date and/or be in a relationship without having sex or anything that may lead to sex. Do what makes you happy. Nobody else can tell you how to live your life.
katkid22
August 17th, 2015 6:02am
No nothing is wrong with that. Some people have different feelings on different things and its the way you feel about something.
TheListeningOne
September 15th, 2015 7:33pm
No of course not. Having no interest in sexual relationships is called Asexuality and there's lots of people who identify as Asexual. It doesn't make you any less of a person. For more information, you could take to google, where i'm certain you will find a collection of resources available to help you understand it more.
MajesticSeal
November 3rd, 2015 10:18am
This is not wrong at all. Many people feel no sexual attraction to others and therefore don't enjoy or want sexual relationships. This is termed as asexuality and it is probably more common than most people think.
amazingHeart17
November 3rd, 2015 4:05pm
Not at all! You could be asexual, which is where you don't have sexual attractions towards anyone, which is something that is completely normal and valid.
youreactuallyrellycutewow
November 3rd, 2015 4:29pm
No, not at all! Some people do not feel sexual attraction and do not like any type of sexual things. It is completely okay to feel that way. You may identify as asexual, many people do.
CroconawFTW
December 15th, 2015 7:00pm
No. It isn't wrong. You are allowed to be asexual. If people do not accept you, you need to remove those people from your because they are not really your friendsZ
Katie77
December 20th, 2015 9:34pm
Not at all! You may fall somewhere on the asexual or greysexual spectrum. Some people simply do not experience sexual attraction and that is ok! It doesn't mean you are broken. *However, if you used to experience sexual attraction and suddenly you no longer do, this abrupt change may be a sign of depression or other modd disorder and speaking to a cousnelor could be very beneficial.
MrSpace
January 4th, 2016 9:30am
Nope! It's not wrong at all, after all love can exist without sex. In fact there's a term for this and it's called asexual. This refers to a person who do not have sexual feelings or association. It's completely fine to dislike a sexual relationship because it's not compulsory to have one at all!
GentleShadows
March 1st, 2016 1:18pm
Not at all! If you don't feel sexual attraction or want a sexual relationship, that's just called being asexual.
politeTiger9271
March 14th, 2016 3:40am
is not wrong at all!. Thats how you feel and who you are.
Greatlistener87
April 26th, 2016 3:22am
This is called Asexual. You can read and research more about it to know what it is about and how to deal. Whomever u choose to be you are never wrong cause the choice is yours.
Daviama99
June 21st, 2016 5:50am
It's not wrong at all to not like sexual relationships. It means you're uncomfortable or do not like something about t and that's perfectly fine. Many people don't like sexualized situations and they have a term, it's called asexual.
Anonymous
July 4th, 2016 7:10am
It's perfectly acceptable to not like sexual relationships! Asexuality is a very common thing, 1 out of 100 people is asexual.
Anonymous
July 5th, 2016 4:54pm
That's absolutely a-okay! People can be sexually attracted to a range of different genders, so on the flip side there are those who aren't sexually attracted to any gender, it's a natural thing and there are many who are the same! It's definitely not something that should define you, just something that makes you, you. Everyone is different and everyone has different romantic/sexual orientations, and that's awesome and something that with time, learning more about yourself, it will make perfect sense to you, and hopefully be something that you can embrace and be proud of. :)
Owen27
July 18th, 2016 11:29am
No, it is not wrong. I am not labelling you but have you heard of being asexual? Being asexual is when someone has no sexual feelings or desires. I wouldn't worry as many people feel this same way. This could be a phase but if not and you're happy with who you are, there should be no problem. Hope this has helped in any way!