Would this be asexual?!

Question: Would this be asexual!?
First of all, I am attracted to people of the opposite sex!. and am not attracted to the same sex, at all!. Although I find the opposite sex attractive, and have "desires" it is just a nice thought to me, a fantasy, not anything I ever have pursued!. I have had one girlfriend, for a month, and she asked me out!. We just kissed as in a peck on the lips, and I honestly never thought much about a real kiss!. I was only intellectually attracted to her, for lack of a better term!. So, i'm a complete virgin, and never been kissed!. yet i'm relatively fine with that which apparently is unusual for a guy!. I don't really want a relationship, besides it would just be a distraction from my college studies and i'm job hunting so I wouldn't have time for a girlfriend anyway!.

Anyway, the reason this has really come to my attention is that my grandfather passed away not long ago, and i'm the only son in my family, so it is up to me to pass on the family name but I barely have desire for a relationship, much less one day in the future being married or having children!.

So, would that be called "asexual", or does asexual mean you are not even attracted at all to the opposite sex!. and again, i'm not attracted to the same sex so i'm not a yet-to-be-realized gay or anything!. (not that I have anything against gays, I have a few friends of both sexes who are gay and they are just as human, if not more rational, than "normal" people)Www@Answer-Health@Com

I wouldn't worry about trying to label yourself as "asexual" or anything else!. Its good to know yourself and know what you want, and right now you want to work on your studies and work on your career and job hunting!. There is nothing wrong with that!

The important thing is that you be true to yourself and other people too!. In other words, dont' pressure yourself to get into a relationship you don't want just to pass on the family name!. Its not your responsbility to pass on the family name!.

If you someday change your mind then date!. If not, then stay single and ENJOY IT!~!!!Www@Answer-Health@Com

That's silly to have pressure thinking you have to pass on the family name!. That's crazy talk from the mid-evil days when a name meant something!. That isn't the case any longer!. You need to be the person you're comfortable being and don't worry about the name!. This world is a mixed up bag anymore so it won't matter one way or another!.Www@Answer-Health@Com

Yes, but it's not that asexual reproducers don't want to "have sex" with anyone else (or anything at that), it's just they don't because there's no need too!. It's nature's intention for them to reproduce by themselves!.

But yes, the correct term that professionals would use is asexual!.


Definition of asexual:

1!. Having no evident sex or sex organs; sexless!.

2!. Relating to, produced by, or involving reproduction that occurs without the union of male and female gametes, as in binary fission or budding!.

3!. Lacking interest in or desire for sex!.

So technically, yes!.

Please do not push yourself into a relationship, do what you feel comfortable doing, or you feel neccesary, and don't what you don't in order of priority!. If you do feel obligated to carry on the family name, you may want to consider adoption once you are out of college and feel like you a financially stable enough to care for the child!. Good luck!Www@Answer-Health@Com

It could be if you do not experience sexual attraction or desire which is different from romantic attraction!. I found that in google: you can learn more if you want!. But as to wanting to focus on college and going job hunting, that is not weird or asexual at all!. I'm in university (first year) and it is a lot of hard work!.!.!.I don't have a life, LOL, and I'm also looking for employment in my campus!. I would love a romatic/sexual relationship but NOT RIGHT NOW!. If you are like this then it is normal because you have so many commitments!.Www@Answer-Health@Com

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