It’s no secret that when it comes to men and women, we are NOT the same. There’s a reason why we joke that men are from Mars and women are from Venus (and there’s a bestselling book to prove it.)
So sometimes it’s no wonder that certain things about the opposite sex are a mystery to us.
Things like, why can’t they see what’s literally right in front of them? Or why can’t they just try actually READING the instructions? You know, stuff like that. (Why men, WHYYYY?)
But what better way to try to demystify the mystery and find the answers to your burning questions about the opposite sex than to turn to the experts?
(And by experts, we’re not talking doctors or psychologists. No, we’re talking experts of the TikTok variety.)
This is exactly where one guy decided to turn when he had a question about women and sex.
TikTok user @owenbouressa5 recently took to the platform to pose the question, “Ladies, what does sex feel like for you?” and women did not disappoint in giving the deets on doing the deed.
And trust me when I say, this time, there was no faking it or pussy-footing around the bush.
The comments came in hot and heavy and just kept coming and coming and coming (which is more than we can say for the women answering. Whelp.)
With over 7.2M views, 765K likes, and a whopping 42K comments, the post has gone viral and it all comes down to the hilariously blunt comment thread.
So how does sexy-time feel?
Not as good as it should, apparently. If this comment section is any indication there are a lot of unsatisfied customers out there. Like, A LOT.
Most of the comments were centered around the Big O (or lack thereof).
So what does sex feel like for women? The foreplay game is strong, but when it comes to the main event, it’s a bit…well…lacking, put it that way.
She says it’s like when someone is scratching your back, and you’re trying to tell them where the itch is: “Go left, a little lower, a little lower, no, a little higher, yes, allllmost there…” but then they miss the spot completely.
Or it’s like that tickly feeling you get when you’re about to sneeze and then…nothing. Nada. Zilch.
Or you’re ready for the whole enchilada so you go to the fridge in anticipation, but someone’s already gotten there before you and you leave empty-handed.
And I’m starting to sense a theme here.
It seems like hitting the target is a lot harder for some people than it looks.
And the ride just doesn’t last long enough.
And just when you think you’re finally going to get to Disneyland? It’s over before it even begins.
But lucky for you, these comments aren’t over.
Because just like a good partner, this thread just keeps giving and giving.
Speaking of mics…
Some commenters chose to go with musical metaphors, with an emphasis on the unfinished scores:
While others decided to pursue other arts to explain what sex is like.
It’s like a passion play – emphasis on play – as in acting. And some of these women deserve a freaking lifetime achievement award.
That’s a lot of bad sex. But it’s not all unfinished business.
There are some “happy endings.”
(Even if these women have to make the happy happen themselves.)
You gotta do what you gotta do ladies.
Unless you’re this woman. She seems to be doing just fine, thankyouverymuch.
While Sophie O thinks the comments are sad I think it’s safe to say that the majority of women reading them are shaking their heads in solidarity while simultaneously dishing up a hefty dose of laughter on the side.
I think it’s also safe to say that she’s not the only one to question what is happening. Men everywhere are now rethinking every single sexual encounter they have ever had.
Except maybe this guy.
He’s not wrong.
Finding someone you really connect with, physically, emotionally, and intimately, that you can communicate honestly with about your needs goes a long way to having great sex.
Didn’t get enough of the comments? You can check out the original post here.
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