Okay, but why can't you teach a man to do the things that make you cum? You'd have to at least tell him what you're into and what you're not into anyway, though? I've heard there's a lot more individual variation between the things women get off from than men, but even if that's bullshit and there's some secret magic trick to make every woman cum, why not teach it to men? It's not some esoteric "female eyes only" knowledge, is it, so what's the big deal?
If it was (only or mostly) conservatives who have that perspective, maybe I'd understand it since the rationale could be that it's contrary to traditional gender roles for a woman to have "power" over a man like that, but that's clearly not it. Maybe I'm severely underestimating the difficulty of making a woman cum, maybe it is
basically an arcane technique that a man must fuck a dozen women to unlock or something... but even so, couldn't he just fuck the same woman a dozen times to learn it?
If couples have a lot of sex in the beginning in any case, wouldn't the odds of him learning to give her an orgasm only grow with each time they have sex? Or is it that the first time must lead to an orgasm or he's basically not man enough?
But aren't all women virgins at some point, too, even if they're likely to lose their virginity before 15 nowadays? I refuse to believe that a 15-year-old girl losing her virginity thinks "the guy must have fucked at least one other girl before", that isn't a realistic expectation at that age. I know guys lie about it, but is lying really a necessity to get laid even as an adult if you're a virgin?
Again, sorry for the questions. I know I sound like a literal autist, and I will admit it's something that has been suspected by doctors but it was declared that I'm not actually autistic.