In all honesty, I don't think there's a reason for it, other than I'm not very social and I just haven't met the right person. I'm kind of a geek. I like Comic Books, Costuming, SciFi and Fantasy, as well as reading, writing, theatre, music, art, opera, ballet etc. I like to think I'm of above average intelligence, and I'm fairly well educated. I'm not a beauty, but I'm not unattractive either.
I just haven't made it work in the romance department. I just turned 29, and I frequently feel that everyone else who's dating/getting married or looking to do so is younger than me, or looking for someone younger than me. I have a tendency to either develop an interest in people who are unobtainable, or attract the interest of people I want nothing to do with. I'm also bisexual, which frequently does more harm than good, because I tend to attract people who are just looking for a threesome. It's not that I have a problem with the threesome, it's the assumption that because I'm bi, therefore I do couples and the lack of interest in me for any other reason that I object to.
I had a boyfriend for a few months in high school, have had the odd date here and there, and have had two fairly serious online relationships that never panned out in real life, but that's about it.
I'm also a virgin, which is unusual at my age, I know. I'm not a prude, or sexually naive in any way. I may not have first hand experience with it, but I frequently know more than friends who have been sexually active since they were teenagers. There's also no "Saving myself for marriage" vow or anything like that. It just hasn't happened yet. I feel no personal shame or embarrassment in this, but it does frequently draw some bad reactions and tends to scare people off sometimes. (And please no stupid "How can you be bisexual if you haven't had sex?" questions. You don't have to have sex with someone to know you're attracted to them.)
Anyway, that's me. It's nice to meet you all.