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First of all, no. There is nothing wrong with you. ‘Normal’ is a relative term. When it comes to sex and relationships, whatever makes you feel happy and fulfilled is the only ‘normal’ you should be striving for, and whatever that looks like is up to you.
Human beings (and Saiyans too) have many types of ‘normal’ when it comes to how we prioritize romantic relationships. There’s nothing wrong with you if you simply don’t desire to date or have sex, or only want to do these things if you meet the right person. (My own dear husband would be an excellent example here. I like to joke that he’s ‘Bulmasexual.’ 😉
That said, it’s all about being real with yourself about your needs and desires. If you truly are happy staying single, that’s fantastic. You do you, and don’t let anyone’s opinion make you feel pressured. However, if you, deep down, truly do want to be out there dating around and feel that there might be something holding you back, there’s no shame in seeking the help of a professional. Just make sure whatever path you choose to take is about what YOU want, not about fulfilling the expectations of anyone else.
Lastly, you don’t owe anyone an explanation, but if you want to try to help them understand, using a term like asexual, demisexual, or aromantic and encouraging them to educate themselves might help, assuming this applies to you. But only you, with the help of a professional, if needed, can decide that.
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Until next time,