Hi, I'm Talyn, and I'm Gray-Romantic.
If you've never heard the term, let me explain, as I'm new to it too. Also, this will be long, as I guess it's a type of "coming out".
It's a sub category of Aromantic- people who dont feel romantic attraction to others. Aromatics can still have sexual attraction to others, along with close friendships, and can even enter into monogamous relationships, but (and I'm still new to the proper wording) they rarely, if ever, feel that "Feel" for others. Aromantic is not synonymous with asexual, and vice versa, though the two do overlap a lot. [I am not asexual]
Gray- refers to the very rare occurrence when true romantic feelings can occur. I know theres some teeny tiny feeling deep within, that there could be some random man out there who will make me want to do all the relationship junk, but 99.99% of the time, it actually repulses me. (That's my personal feeling on it, feel free to throw me some more sources.) Me- I have cancelled one date a week for about 6 months (sans the one I took a chance on, who turned out to be married) because I realized I have no urge to date. It's not a "burn out" like I thought: I legitimately have no urge to have my life inextricably linked to another human beings. For years I've had family ram "you need to find a man" or "youd be so much happier in a relationship" down my throat; so much that I believed them. Now, I'm realizing that may not be the case for me. Some people are genuinely not meant for long term, serious, romantic partnerships, and that is perfectly okay.
So, all in all, I'm honestly happy single, and am desperately trying to stay that way for the rest of my life.
Also, I used to say, "why do we need a thousand freaking labels for this crap???" BECAUSE FINDING A NAME FOR YOUR SPECIFIC THING IS AMAZING. IT VALIDATES YOU IN A WAY YOU DIDNT THINK YOU NEEDED. I cannot describe how right it feels to use this term, and I didnt expect to be so happy to have a label.