Common themes represented here:
PIV-centric narrative — Normalize exaggerated/simulated female pleasure. It’s a two-fer: normalizing exaggerated female pleasure from PIV *and* pathologizing women’s lack of sexual response from PIV. “Sexual aids” including artificial lubricants and all products, devices and gizmos designed to increase (or create from whole cloth) female pleasure from PIV are kind of low-hanging fruit aren’t they? Not only do we have female actors literally acting as if they like PIV, we are expected to believe that women’s lack of sexual response from PIV is an aberration instead of the norm, and one that can be fixed through consumerism. Instead of accepting that many women just don’t like PIV, or they don’t like it that much considering how risky it is; and that a political solution is what’s in order, not a consumerist one. In reality, the “problem” with PIV is that it’s dangerous, and the payout for women in terms of pleasure is not worth the risk. Sexual aids might make women’s orgasms better, but they do not remedy or even address — and in fact work to further obscure — the political and reproductive consequences, and the oppressive nature and intent of the PIV-as-sex paradigm.