Only you can truly answer that question. But if you had a strong religious upbringing it may be a case of "brain-washing" You have had it drilled in your head that it is wrong. The fact is that there are three instinctual needs that ALL humans share, eating, survival (fight of flight) and reproduction. In other words it is completely natural, it is not a "sin" and you should relax and enjoy life :)
There is a big difference between "disinterest" and "thinking its wrong". If you are disinterested, that can be a completely normal feeling. To think its "wrong", you may have had a religious upbringing where you have been taught to feel guilty about normal urges and feelings. If you think physical contact is disgusting - perhaps you have problems with self esteem and feel you are a bad person and aren't worth being touched.
Anyway.... your feelings could be completely normal or you may have issues you should see a counsellor for........
Hi, dear. If you came from a religious family, you were probably taught about lust and that lust is wrong. In Colossians 3:5, it says: "Put to death, therefore, whatever belongs to our earthly nature: sexual immorality, impurity, lust, evil desires and greed, which is idolatry." This means it is something that you think about more than you think about God. Here is a definition of lust: "uncontrolled or illicit sexual desire or appetite; lecherousness"
God made us sexual beings. We were meant to fall in love, make love and reproduce. Hugging and kissing isn't wrong, honey. But, as much as I'll be criticized for saying this, He really meant for us to not have premarital sex. That doesn't mean we won't have the feelings of wanting to have sex. He just wants us to control ourselves until that time.