I thought I was asexual, but maybe I'm aromantic instead? | The Sun

DEAR DEIDRE: WHEN I was in a relationship, I thought I was asexual as I wasn’t interested in sex at all.

And now I think I might be “aromantic” too.

My boyfriend dumped me after two years, partly because I didn’t ever want to have sex with him.

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I’m 18 and confused about who I am. I’m happy being single, but I might want to get married one day.

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DEIDRE SAYS: A break-up can make you question who you are.

Figuring out your sexuality can take time but don’t feel under pressure to label yourself.

It’s also normal to change your mind about what you want as you grow and develop, depending on your experiences – and that’s OK.


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What’s important is you have the confidence and support to explore who you are.

Talking to someone could really help. Contact Switchboard LGBT+ (0300 330 0630, switchboard.lgbt).

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