All my conscious life, I have struggled with my identity in social relations. That 50-year search may well be coming to a successful conclusion. I may soon realize that I am asexual. I have thought many times I had reached the final truth over what I was -- gay, straight, bi -- but then invariably, it just didn't feel natural. And after a frenetic roller coaster ride for the last two years, I'm thinking asexual is me. I'm not rushing to judgement, but I feel at home like never before. The anguish of the last year or so, during which I have hit wall after wall head on while trying to date and establish sexual relations potential, has caused me such severe stress, that physical pain has resulted. So is this because I am trying to do something unnatural for me, or do I need to give the romantic scene more time? Well, reading the Knights for the first time brought me peace -- genuine and intrinsic -- such as I had never experienced. I believe I'm going to love this! Thank you, Knights of the Shaded Triangle.