Just a few thoughts (though I feel that I could talk to this issue and topic quite a lot)... Women have two types of orgasms (clitoral and vaginal), men have only one form. On this issue, women would be lossing a lot to go from two differing types to one format. Women may have multiple orgasms during one 'session' of sexual activity (whether that is oral, anal, or vaginal); men, by contrast, have a refractory period that limits the number of orgasms within a 'session' to one. Men's connection to sex and orgasm is merely physical (until the man reaches his 30's and beyond); Women's connection to sex is depend on numerous factors--comfort with the situation, the level of closeness psychological felt between her and the man, and level of fear of pregnancy and STD. It has been said that "Men fall in love with their eyes and women with their ears." In short, men like to see a "hot" woman, but women want to hear compliments and sincerity. A man opens up the potential for a woman to orgasm by creating conditions of closeness and intimacy--not by simply performing the right rhythm or by having a large phallus. In addition, men do not have to worry about the consequences of having sex (e.g., pregnancy) to the degree that a woman does. A one night 'fling' (where people don't even know each others names) can have more drastic physical repercussions for the woman. In addition, the reputation of 'getting some' from a variety of sources is socially harmful to a woman and not to man. Lately, research is showing that college students are skipping the 'dating' ritual that leads to sex and moving directly to 'hook ups' in hopes of developing 'dating.' So, in many ways, women ARE beginning to treat sex like men. HOWEVER, this has more positive implications for men than for women. Until society can (1) create a 100% effective birth control (outside of abstinence) AND (2) treat women with respect who have numerous partners, the newly developing social 'hook up' will be more harmful for women than men.