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Those who identify as Quirkyalone are not necessarily those that identify as aromantic (people who feel no romantic attraction towards others), asexual (people who feel no sexual attraction towards others, and can sometimes experience sexual repulsion), or antisocial (people who find no pleasure in the company of others); though, of course, they can.These are simply people who do not wish to date indiscriminately while waiting for the right person to come along – if they ever do – in their lives..It was the in- between stuff, she said, that "scares off the potential One.It wastes energy you should save up for the super-duper sweetheart." When you're surrounded by couples, inundated by invitations to engagement parties and "everyone's throwing it in your face," it's hard not to surrender to couple status, just to feel normal. "I have faith in the possibility of connecting with someone," she said.But she tempers it with laughter because in her search for Mr. Usually, she doesn't date younger men, but decided to go out with him anyway. "I should've gotten out of there." Instead, she stayed. "He starts jumping the curb -- I didn't know at the time that you couldn't do that on roller skates," Broom recalled. "That's what you get for experimenting," Broom said, smiling slyly.
But does this mean that those who identify this way simply do not want any romantic relationship, connection, or love, ever?
Oyster story illustration that coincides with Valentine's Day.
Photo was taken in room at the Madonna Inn in San Luis Obispo.
Surely being single is a sign that something is wrong with you; a sign that no one wants to be with you. At the start of the new millennium, writer and coach Sasha Cagen came up with a neologism for this new trend of singledom: Quirkyalone.
Someone who is Quirkyalone, she said, was someone who enjoyed their own company, and enjoyed being single enough that they felt no need to seek out a partner simply for the sake of having a partner.