Dear Emstar :3~
I regret the time it has taken you to get a reply here, sometimes that happens, not because of you or your post, but simply the system does not work as well as we would like.
It is most discouraging to put part of your life up here for others to see and get back nothing.
OK, I've read your post and think two things, first I would be pretty sure you already have the answer and secondly you are unusually honest and perceptive about yourself.
Peer pressure is a very strong force, and many will pretend all sorts of things, including having and/or liking sex, just to fit in with the crowd or other peoples' expectations. What they might think privately - when they do think about it -might be something else.
So if you realize that sex is an unknown that's fine. Until you reach the stage where it becomes an active desire how are you going to know your preferences ? Believe it or not at 14 many will be in the same position as you.
There is one thing, having a partner is only a bit about sex, in fact for many it may not be the most important thing. Reliability, trust, safety, comfort, fun and the pleasure of being with someone all are needed. PLUS the fact the other person feels exactly the same way.
So it is more than a best friend with kisses or benefits, it is a much deeper thing.
As for what you tell other people, what's wrong with the truth? You do not feel attracted to any-one for now and leave it at that.
Give how you feel ATM it is not surprising your taste in entertainment does not run to romance -so what?
Why does this all keep playing in your head - I'd guess you are influenced by other people's expectations, the point being they are other people. You stick to being you.
Do you think this all makes sense?