This has some dire—or comical, depending on your temperament—consequences for women.
For example: in porn, all women love, desire, and cannot wait for the man to come on their faces. According to pornography, no women have pubic hair. In the world of porn, women have orgasms all the time, every time, at a moment’s notice, in all positions. The main—and often only—contact in porn is between the participants’ genitals.
Her criticism is directed instead mainly at the puritanical American society, which refuses to educate and teach young people about real sex.
Due to the sexual education vacuum, pornography has de facto turned from entertainment to education.
Others point to increased, rather than decreased, opportunities.
recently published an interesting article about an advertising executive named Cindy Gallop, a successful businesswoman in her fifties, with the means and the appetite for action, who has turned her sexual experiences with young men into a protest of sorts—along with, of course, a TED conference talk and the obligatory web site.
In the real world, most women need proper clitoral stimulation to achieve orgasm. In real sex, however, partners often enjoy touching each other all over their bodies, before, during, and after genital contact.
In porn, all women crave deep, choking, and gagging oral sex, and can’t wait to swallow the male’s ejaculate. In porn, all the women scream and squeal with delight constantly.
Alice Eagly, the renowned psychology researcher, has long argued that patterned differences in behavior between the sexes are not shaped by evolution, but by the differences in social roles.
Social roles over time produce differences in abilities, expectations, and opportunities, which are then mistakenly perceived as innate and natural.