Lumpynose said... But to answer your question, I went celibate decades ago; safe sex isn't safe enough for me, and I've never bothered trying to find a partner that would want a sexless relationship. Maybe I'm too lazy to make the effort.Date a man who travels. That way if he wants sex, he can get it elsewhere while you're not around.
You kid, but this could work. I think intimate companionship is the most important part of a relationship. If one party does not want sex, then why not allow the other to get sex elsewhere. Men are much better than women at separating sex from romance.
I couldn't agree more with GuyNextDoor. Those who are content with just being themselves and not looking for more are the most attractive to others. Stop looking so hard, and just concentrate on enjoying life - boys will throw themselves at you.
Also - compromise... yes! Don't have a checklist of items that you do/don't want in a boyfriend. Be open and free to options and alternatives that you never even considered. Is this how you choose your friends? Probably not. So, it shouldn't work the same way for boyfriends. And when in a relationship, things won't always be easy-breasy, even with "the one". Relationships require work, understanding, tolerance, patience and communication. But the reward is wonderful and gets better with every year.