From the inbox #725

“Hello. I’m kind of a newly open Ace (autochorissexual) My lack of sexuality caused a lot of inner turmoil when I was a teenager. Now that I know there is a word for me and to know that there are others like me though, I am a little more comfortable with myself.

However, it does worry me still with the romantic aspect. I feel like I am never going to have a relationship, not because the lack of intimacy could cause problems, but more of because since I lack sexual attraction I really want a partner that I find aesthetically appealing. But I to find so few people appealing.

Is that normal? Am I just being too picky? I feel so conceited for wanting someone I find appealing.”

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