I've decided to be a bit introspective about my sexuality, and I came to the realization that I have no idea what this is. I know I am not an asexual, as I experience sexual attractions, and have fantasies, and all of that rubbish. However, I'm not necessarily a sexual person either. I really don't care.
As a Christian, I am celibate until married, which I have used as an excuse for my lack of desire to pursue my sexual interests since t first entered my realm of understanding. I've noticed, however, that sex is not a temptation to me, just something that catches my interest when I have nothing better to think about. So I am neither repulsed, or tempted by it.
For example: If I were married and my partner desired to have regular sex, I would happily consent. On the flip side, say I married an asexual, I would also be just as content to never have sex with my spouse. Ever. Not even on the wedding night.
I vaguely recall the term "indifferent" when I was first shown this site, but I don't remember exactly what that is,or if it fits what I just described. Little help?