There’s just one problem with these perspectives: most of these healthy young adults still have a strong sex drive and a deep desire to know what it’s like to become “one flesh” with another person.
The solution for many is to keep sex and marriage separate – that could be everything from “hooking up,” to casual date-night sex, to cohabitation.
God grants this gift only to a few special individuals (Matthew -12; 1 Corinthians 7:7).
For the rest of us, the challenge of living a completely asexual life is a difficult standard to achieve.
The Bible does allow for another alternative, of course: a faithful, celibate life of complete sexual abstinence.