This has some dire—and/or comical, depending on your temperament—consequences for women.
For example: in porn, all women love, desire, 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.
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.
Some sociologists speak of the ‘marriage squeeze’—the fact that single, middle-aged women have a shrinking pool of potential conventional partners (ie older, educated men with high incomes) and are thus compelled to seek alternative arrangements.
Others point to increased, rather than decreased, opportunities.
The problem with using porn as sex education is that not everything that’s fun to watch is also fun or sensible to do.
After all, women are more financially independent today than ever before. S., for the first time in history, the number of women in the labor market exceeds the number of men.
In addition, the wage gap between the sexes has narrowed and even reversed in certain sectors.
In roughly a fifth of American families, women are the main breadwinners.
When women are more independent financially, they have more power, more choices, and more influence.