What is common for people with social anxiety with regards to relationships? I would like others to chime in if you will on this thread. Not because I know the answer. I think people's feelings about attraction/relationships, etc. run the full spectrum of whatever is possible. Perhaps I could say that in my experience and what I hear others express in groups often concerns social anxiety getting in the way of people feeling happy about their relationships, or feeling scared to approach a relationship. But what about the others who might not be speaking up and less concerned with this or perhaps, just like you, haven't fallen for anyone. I've been a teacher before, and during that time I noticed the usual amount of dating that college students seem to be famous for in movies, but I also noticed a lot of folks at that age who were less interested in dating and more interested in their studies at that point. And I don't mean they felt that they were sacrificing attraction or relationships for concentrating more on their school work. I mean they really seemed, and expressed directly, no interest in dating at that time. And I think these types of feelings can change over the course of our lives. Culturally, teaching in Asia, I feel I noticed more of this tendency that you speak of - not falling for anyone, and right about your age (again college students). That struck me because I was comparing it to what I assumed would be different in the USA, for example. But, if you really want to question my feeling on that, I have never been a college teacher in the USA, so I'm only comparing my direct experience there to a more imagined perception/assumption about how we behave here.
After my long-winded and boring reply, I hope to hear comments from others here!