‘Don’t mansplain my orgasm to me’: Women mock a viral sex advise from a construction worker

‘Don’t mansplain my orgasm to me’: Women mock a viral sex advise from a construction worker

There is an abundance of sex advice available on the Internet.

But if you’re a man looking to improve your female partner’s bedroom experience, it pays to listen to a woman’s perspective on what feels good (and what doesn’t).

Despite being unable to definitively ascertain this based on his anatomy, a man named Jason Himsworth has nonetheless provided this bit of advice.

Unsurprisingly, it has not been well received by ladies, who have all pointed out the evident problem with his bedroom advice.

“When she’s nearly there, walk her through it,” the construction worker says in his popular video.

Despite the fact that he works in construction and appears to have no medical training in female health, the British man goes as far as labeling the video: “Please guys.”

He also used the praying hands emoji to further his argument.

However, his comments area was rapidly inundated with women imploring men not to pay attention to the advice, claiming it would ruin the moment.

“Unquestionably NOT! Please be quiet, I’m concentrating! Just continue doing what you’re doing, pleaded one.

“Do not, I repeat, DO NOT explain it to her!” another was strained.

As one individual complained, “Don’t explain my orgasm to me.”

Other women swiftly followed suit, stating that Jason’s suggestion would have the opposite impact.

As one person exclaimed, “That will literally ruin the occasion,” another said, “literally.”

“NO! Just shhhhhhush… “Don’t change a thing,” chimed in another.

One female responded, “Absolutely not. No. Guys, do not trust him. I speak on behalf of all women when I say, “Shh!”

Someone else inquired, “What woman lied to you, and why must the rest of your lovers suffer?”

Despite the overwhelming response from women, there were a few naïve guys who requested further information from Jason.

One inquired, “Like, ‘You can accomplish it, I believe in you’?”

“Could you please provide an example?” one man requested.

Others just ridiculed the sex advice error, noting that “the major turn-off” was a foolproof way to ensure an unsatisfying conclusion.

One woman snorted, “Let’s warn our spouses not to listen to strange TikTok content.”

Yes, mansplain it to her; she will appreciate it! Someone else joked.

A small number of women defended Jason in the comments, stating that it helped reduce the pressure during intimate moments.

“I agree with you on this point. So many disagree with you, yet I agree. It is quite reassuring, especially for those who struggle to let go,” remarked one.

“100 % agree! Another concurred, “I enjoy hearing my partner when I’m ready to finish.”

Jason, who has amassed over 114,000 followers by providing information about relationships, sex, and mental health, has not yet responded to the TikTok feedback he has gotten.

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