This is not to say that the Celibate Hero is unable to be affected by the force of The Dulcinea Effect, only that they either are acting on a higher ideal (chivalry) or resist its power later on.There are a variety of potential motives for this behavior: belief that it's a distraction, a weakness, something they would like but don't have time for, etc.Please do not conclude a character is a Celibate Hero just because they lack any romantic arc.Without evidence to suggest a character would shun a sexual/romantic encounter, it's impossible to tell if they have chosen a celibate lifestyle.Chad meets this fate when he “wins” a trip to a resort and suspects something’s up when nobody else is around except the inn’s manager, Danielle Derek.
Compare and contrast Confirmed Bachelor, who's specifically opposed to , which could be due to this trope or the opposite.
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While the term "celibacy" refers specifically to sexual activity, the history of celibacy connects the desire to romance someone with the desire to have sex with them, traditionally taking the form of marriage and kids.
Ironically, the act of being celibate results in Celibate Heroes running into more opportunities for romantic encounters than if they were actively seeking them out (particularly from The Vamp).