Yes you can. Walk into an average bar and ask the first single, straight guy you encounter if he would like to come home with you for sex. I’d say there’s an above 80% that he will accept on the spot. If he doesn’t, he probably has a good reason.
I’d grant that an average woman can’t have sex with anyone, since some men will simply be rich/famous/attractive enough to be able to discriminate, but the majority of men don’t fall into that category.
The ability to separate sex from feelings. As in, wanting to have sex with someone you find attractive, even if you have no feelings for them and/or being able to have sex without developing feelings. I’m not saying this is exclusive to men, but it does seem to be more common among them.
When I have to pee into a cup without pissing all over my hands, it seems like a mighty special privilege to me. The penis seems like a convenient gizmo, especially if you have to go in the woods or something. It’s funny looking, though, so I guess you have to take the bad with the good.
It would be nice to be able to lift more stuff, too. And it’s infuriating how easily men lose weight. And maybe I wouldn’t be the sole breadwinner AND the only one who knows how to load the dishwasher, but that’s my own relationship problem.
I would like to be taller and able to lift heavy things. It would really help with doing things around the house like moving stuff and decorating, yardwork and opening jars with tight lids.
Also, I would like to have my employers/bosses not making decisions about me based on the likelihood that I will take time off for maternity leave, leave promptly to pick up my kid, or miss work for child rearing reasons.
As discussed in the thread last week about commercials with idiot husbands and smart wives, I suppose I’ll settle for being able to load a dishwasher correctly or buy the correct brand of peanut butter.