I've never had a crush on anyone in my life and it really scares me. I love the idea of being in a relationship with someone and having sex with them but I just don't feel attracted to anyone. I thought for a while I just be a lesbian but then I felt that i was wrong because I've never liked a girl either.
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I'm a year-old professional, divorced with no children. To most people I appear to have a wonderful life - good job, nice home, flashy car, health, reasonably good-looking, amiable, with a good sense of humour. However, I am deeply unhappy. Holidays and weekends are usually endured, not enjoyed, as most of the time is spent alone. I would describe myself as a "lost soul" and this isolation and loneliness is draining the life out of me.
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Ask Your Question today. So I'm a 20 yr old girl and I have never had a crush or liked anyone in my life. No one gives me butterflies or whatever. I can never imagine myself with a guy or a girl and the thought of it actually repulses me. I know im not asexual because I don't lack sexual emotions i just don't feel them toward anyone. Is this normal? I think by 20 i should have at least had one crush right? You sound asexual. As an asexual you can be aroused still and still have a sex drive, but its not directed towards people and you don't find people "hot".
It is apt and accurate because I have managed to get to 54 without ever having had a boyfriend. I am not a virgin, sexually speaking, as I have had sex — thank goodness. I did it a few times when I was in my early 20s: I never imagined that the last time I shared a bed with someone, which was 31 years ago now, would prove to be the last time I ever experienced physical intimacy. Had I known that, I would have tried to enjoy it more. I had a temporary job in sales and our company flew us to Spain for the annual company conference. I got totally drunk and made a play for one of the guys on the team. I went back to his room and we slept together. But nothing came of it except a terrible hangover and a few weeks of embarrassment at work. About a year after that, I did something similar at a party. This bloke was chatting me up, the banter was good, so when he asked if he could take me home, I said yes.