When I was younger, it didn’t seem like anything that was discussed. There was a lot of emphasis on emotional readiness, but none on valuing full sexual arousal as a prerequisite for sex.
Sometimes it seemed like female sexual response was considered optional and not key because an erect man can still penetrate an unaroused female. Not explaining that painful and difficult sex - which was almost considered a female right of passage - is often caused by lack of female physical readiness at the moment - not emotional issues.
Is this miseducation getting better for the younger generations?
Most Helpful Guy
Going back farther than you (lol) the education was on the mechanics of procreation. Very little on satisfying anyone. The guys seemed to know how to satisfy themselves and that was all that was needed. Some of us valued the woman's enjoyment and tried our best, but were still a bit lost. But I think it has now been many years ago that the importance of the female enjoyment became well known. I don't see that the last few years have made that big a difference on the education, but I think I see the attitudes of men changing.1THIS IS NOT RELEVANT ANYMORE
Most Helpful Girl
Sometimes I think so. But a lot of people are really bad at understanding science, especially anatomy and physiology, and the ignorance is to the level of shit being labeled wrong even in medical-school textbooks.
Men have just got to stop being so fucking butthurt that women want sex that isn't miserable all the time.
Honest fellas! If WE like it more then we'll do it with you more and you'll have better sex for longer with your woman. Even if you both save yourselves for marriage, you can still learn how to be decent to your wife in bed.
Lesbians just don't ever have this problem.5THIS IS NOT RELEVANT ANYMORE
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