Hi Wild Orchid, I think that. Some men and their partners also find it useful to see a sex therapist, to overcome sexual problems and improve sexual functioning. Now that we know there's nothing wrong with being different and not follow the flock, we can decide for ourselves if we're going to shut up and act as if we don't know only to be 'nice' or let our 'Inner Bitch' express her true needs and go for pleasure. Treatments may not initially work and it may take some time and commitment, before you notice any benefits. Other men may be reluctant to acknowledge sexual difficulties, due to cultural or personal reasons. Both mechanisms augment each other during sex.
Thank you so much for this!
I trace this to the introduction of the G spot that isn't a spot but more accurately a sensation from an area. It's only difficult because we're trained to think that way. Sex is an important part of life for many people, therefore dealing with erectile problems, living with the effects of physical injury, changes in your appearance or side-effects of treatment can have an enormous impact on your sex life and relationships. I think if men had to go through what women do their orgasms might not be so reliable either. And they can use what works best for them. I don't if anyone else does either.