I really, really don't want that for my mc, it would render his new and improved looks absolutely worthless, since he cannot get physically involved with anybody anyway. In his old life no one wanted to be near the mc due in part to their repulsive looks, but now nobody in the magical community would want to get involved with the mc, because they know its a literal death sentence and no one but an exceptionally cruel and callous mc could get involved with the non-magical people because they'd be condemning them to a death sentence. One curse is quite enough for my mc and particularly given the kind of life he's had up until that magical "accident" I think the poor guy would deserve some physical intimacy for once.
By the way how did their mom and dad make the mc, or did dad die horribly during copulation?
Yeah, that would lead to my poor mc having just as miserable of a school life in his new situation as he did in his old one, particularly when combined with not getting to choose our own clothes it would kind of render the new and improved looks completely worthless.
Legally it would also make the mc into a murderer (well manslaughterer if you want to get really technical) but ultimately lack of control is not a valid legal excuse, unless it's a form of insanity.
It does, and my mc doesn't really like Solem romantically, he's more likely to be a fan of both art-club boys, Zack and Thomas.
Honestly I'm hoping he can have a poly relationship with both of them eventually because from the way they're written it already seems like Thom and Zack have a huge "foe-yay" infatuation with each-other already even without the mc in the picture.
Lastly teenagers (and adults too) sometimes simply want nothing more then a bit of fun and a good time, or a "one night stand" if you're less poetic about it. Only being able to be intimate with your "one true" love would be awfully boring, imo. Also because that implies that even with that one "true" love lifelong monogamy is the gold standard, and despite social and religious ideals I'm not convinced that's how it works for a lot of us.