These are some of my personal benefits, its not gonna match everyone.
1. Not worrying about ending up alone - I find someone, great, I don't great! ( I say this because all of my friends who know are so worried about me being lonely and I keep telling them that I'm fine).
2. I don't worry about decoding the looks, or the little things people say, to try to figure out if they like me, because I don't notice them.
3. I don't have to wear uncomfortable clothes to make myself look good enough to date, I can dress in a way that I think looks good.
I say this because so many women I know hate high heels, but wear them anyway. When I ask why they say "Because (insert who they are attracted to) like them."
4. I don't feel the pressure I did before I knew what I was to get "fixed".
5. Since I'm not interested in porn the most embarrassing thing on my computer is just how much of my search history is looking up pictures of rainbows, and looking up random things - like cheese - on Wikipedia. What? I get really bored!
6.My body and brain are not on two separate tracks.
I have a very sexual friend who is trying to remain celibate. To resist temptation she almost has isolate herself from all men. As bad as I feel for her, I'm also relieved that I don't have to worry about a tug of war like that.
1. I don't have to worry about being lonely, but I have to deal with everyone who thinks I am.
2. Three words: Ambush blind date.
3. I don't worry about decoding looks and the little things people say, but I'm friendly to everyone and I worry that something I've missed will lead to hurt feelings.
4. Sex is EVERYWHERE, and for someone completely disinterested it is really annoying.
5. The "You'll understand someday" conversations.
There are more in both categories, but this is all I could think of at the moment.
"Sex is a joke in heaven?"
"The way I understand it, it's mostly a joke down here, too." Dogma, Kevin Smith
"Three things cannot be long hidden: the sun, the moon, and the truth." Buddha
“The netherworld is timeless and unchanging, and boring -- much like a doctor's waiting room.” Christopher Moore, Practical Demonkeeping.