I already understood that point. That's why I suggested being honest up front, so you avoid that time-wasting situation.

And no, most people with a good sex drive would not be interested in entering a relationship with someone who is not interested in sex. Of the minority who do, a good number of them get frustrated over time.

Desire discrepancy often happens in long-term marriages when it wasn't there at first. Two people might be well-matched sexually when they first met, but then one loses interested for a number of interpersonal, physical or medical reasons. This can cause severe conflict in the marriage, and it's one of the most common scenarios that sex therapists and marriage counselors deal with.